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... maintained roadways that connect the city to other major cities of India. It connects Chandigarh (310 Km), Ambala (355 Km) and Delhi (585 km) through excellent roadways.
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... I lost the 13th of December completely which is a shame since it was my son Jonathan's 16th birthday!
This morning, I slept a few more hours and then explored the hotel. Here are some photos of the five star accommodations. I had a lovely Indian breakfast (pushing myself outside my comfort zone). I liked it! Now I'm headed to the pool for a few hours before our first business meeting this afternoon.
100 days to go...for the actual trip to start.
Some preparations are done, Some are yet to be done. I will write about "Making of the Trip" so that we can remember the planning aspects as well apart from fun moments of the trip.
Initially we had thought of driving from Bangalore to Rajasthan via Mumbai-Ahmedabad. Rajasthan border is approx 1600KMs from Bangalore, which would take four days of to-fro drive by road. We thought of ...
If you know me at all, you'll know that I believe that FOOD is right up there with all the best pleasures of life. As it happens, I've come to the right place. I'm gunna end up a fatty and I don't even care.
So, these past few weeks:
As part of a Service Learning class I'm taking at school, we visited the slum opposite our NGV apartments. It's a lot bigger than I thought it was, and each area of it differs in terms of immediate pollution and standard of living. ...