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... us with the guy at the counter being really rude telling us to go to enquires and refusing to help. Of course when we went to enquiries they told us to go back to the counter. To cut a long story short we were told we were unable to book and had to just turn up later so we got yet another rickshaw back to the hotel 90 minutes later with nothing to show for it. 2 hours later it was another rickshaw to the station where we tried to buy a ticket for a bit later so we ...
... of an employee to order tea to drink on the lawn the hotel guy literally runs over to offer his services. The back garden overlooks the rolling hills and Himalayan mountains and I feel completely relaxed. I was half considering heading to the travellers spot Manali but my new friend tells me there's been a couple tourist murders there recently and so I decide to avoid it. I also consider a short trek but this isn't the best place for ...
... intitally given to those of pure "European" parentage.
Whilst my great grandmother, Rose Clarke, was a one of the original students who went to this school ( around 1875ish) and would have qualified under the original criteria (her father died in Jhansi in 1871 possibly from cholera), by the 1930-40s, the school's attendance criteria was less constricting. Suffice to say both parents graduated from the school; ...
... seem to know what I was talking about, and one of the staff (there were five or six in the small office, none of whom actually seemed to be doing any work!) told me that he thought that there were trains in the morning up to about 11:40am, but that I should go to the bus terminal in Sector 17 - not a million miles away from where I had just come - where there is a railway reservation office. On finding this office and enquiring there I got ...
... or raccoons in Canada - wild animals adapted to the city life of scavenging for food in ditches, bins, and alleyways. Most of the monkeys we have seen are one of two varieties: the Rhesus Macaque, by far the most common and fearless, and the Grey Langur, a larger, shyer breed with the air of a wise old man about it. I love them both equally.
We were getting used to seeing monkeys in the streets, stealing food from stalls, munching ...
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