Baikunth Resort Kasauli
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... Raju explained some indian dishes to us, we were pleased when he declared a dish as spicy and coughed his guts up too !
We were up before the birds to get to the station by 4.45. Reception staff and porter were asleep on floors and cushions but checked us out quickly. We got to the station to find departure was delayed 4 hours because it had to wait for a train from Delhi. Back to the hotel for a couple of extra hours sleep.
... water stop where Duncan is manning the fort. It turns out this 2nd section was 12km not 10km, so there's 'only another 8km to go.
There isn't time to stop for long here so its a case of eating a couple of Cadbury '5 Star' bars, drinking some water and hopping back on the bike. The heat, distance/steepness of the mountains is bad enough but the real discomfort is my bum. My saddle is causing me a lot of problems which is affecting any rhythm I manage ...
... it's the mom home alone, raising two children (19 and 17), one has special needs, and she isn't the one communicating with us! We are relying on the father to translate. So I guess Archit gets upset when the father and the younger son argue so this is when he broke the TV. A lot of the behavior would be shaped if this child had a constructive way of communicating. He is verbal in Hindi, but it's mostly self talk and it's not always functional. They kept bringing up points of ...
... asked to contribute.
After the school visit we drove back to Kasauli and decided to visit Mankt (Monkey) Point and the temple there. What we didn't know at the time is that this point is also the training home to the Air Force, and to enter to visit the temple one had to pass certain checkpoints, have passports, fill out detailed forms etc. So after having my anatomy double checked for terrorist objects and my ...
... taxes are what the roads are about. In Chandigarh we needed to pay tax for the car to be driving in the city. Kashmir pulled up along the road and went with all his paperwork to pay the tax. You pay per seat in the car, not the amount of passengers.
Chandigarh is a planned city constructed in the 1950s. It is the most orderly place we've seen so far. It even has round abouts and street lights. Drivers blow their horns less here so its ...