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... pictures. He seemed okay with me though. He was tolerant and did not utter even a word. His owner was kind to him so that made me content. So I drove past the endless trees and there were more trees and yet more trees. Soon I realised that here, there are only trees and mountains. This place reflects our galaxy that has infinite stars and an eternity of galaxies. You keep going and you keep going and it gives you more of that. Maybe the one who goes beyond will find something ...
... 1903 with electric light, the first in Shimla. Our tour takes us into the entrance lobby and three of the former public state rooms. We are with a tour group with one particularly loud mouthed English woman who thinks she knows it all - a sharp reminder that however hard independent travelling can be at times, I would never go on one of those organised tours again! Our next stop is at a very interesting Military Heritage Museum. It's well set out, free and not mentioned in the LP ...
... allowance, or you will not be paid. If your working hours are until 1800 but your boss is still in the office, you will be expected to stay until he leaves even if you don’t have work to do. Most young people in India are pushed by their parents in to studying what they want them to and then end up in jobs they don’t really want to do. Sayantani was saying she was fortunate as her parent allowed her to study design which is her passion. ...
... the passport, or DC, office the next day at 9 in the morning. It was most definitely nighttime by the time we were finally dropped off at the edge of the pedestrian town centre, and set out to find a bed for the night. Tired from the journey, the passport fiasco, and the hike with our backpacks, we had little energy left for the growing packs of Afghani and Kashmiri hotel touts who fought over our attention and the commissions they sought on our account. ...
... peas would go today to Mandi. The dhaba next door served up a piping hot Rajma and Kadhi Chawal, standard local fare at lunch time. The clouds lifted suddenly, to give a fabulous view of the Great Himalayas from the grubby dhaba window.
From Kelodhar, the main road goes all the way to ...