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... school, too…the principal of this one showed us how they teach Hindi reading (whole language, look-see), and there was a special education class which had four students and two teachers. Himalchal prides itself on being the most progressive and well coordinated school system in the country, and while it has goals which are far away from what is reality, they do seem to get it, and have ...
... downs of the steep steps now - think I will admire the views, relax and stay a little off the tourist sightseeing route here. There are loads of large buildings - administrative (eg. post office and town hall) that are mock Gothic or mock Tudor in style so the British influence is very clear and on the distant hills you can see snow. It is definately cooler here with a slight breeze but the middle of day still packs some heat, I was thankful for blankets on the bed last night though.
... who offered to give us a tour then we wouldve understood more about it,but we didnt so we grew bored of it rather quickly. Howver harry did keep himself entertained with taking picture of the wild tiny stripy squirrels that run about all over the place.
After speaking to an american couple we decided to go look at Humayuns( some emperor dude) tomb, this was definatly worth seeing i dont really know how to explain it, it was ...
I was awakened at 4:30 am, drenched in sweat, by a knock at my door. My friends Tomak and Michal wanted to know if I would accompany them to Kaza in the Spiti Valley, or if I would stay one more day to rest. Our hotel in Keylong was not the type of place I wanted to hang around in, so even though I was still feeling sick, I decided to join them for the 6-7 hour trip to Kaza. After a couple of hours on the bus, it started to ...
... lawnage doesn't lend itself particularly well to the monsoon-based weather pattern of the north Indian plains. Following a couple of months of heavy rain, the more popular grassy walkways become treacherous mudslides. To an outsider, or this one at least, it all results in the place feeling like it lacks cohesion - that it's not so much a city as a matrix of independent, functionally focussed units. But the people who live there don't ...