Golden Palms Hotel & Spa
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... roads, etc...challenging...Traffic..a real nightmare...as they come at you, in all directions...often, I just close my eyes...and pray! LOL!
Definitely...not for the "faint of heart"...some of the drivers...love to just go...and I hear myself shouting out loud, from the back....in fear! Then..I just surround myself in "white light"..and sit back and try to relax...easier said than done! I have travelled through ...
... br> During the first week we got a campus tour. A student showed us the whole terrain and explained everything we needed to know. The campus is a big place, and everywhere you go you’ll find plants. There also is a bird park, a beautiful place to hang out. In between the buildings you’ll find sports facilities and students that are studying or just chilling out. If I’m honest, I like this campus way more than I like the one back in ...
... north of the state capital Shimla and 108 km from Mandi. Manali is perched at an altitude of 2050 meters above sea level and is spread along the banks of the river Beas. In winters, the temperature can drop below freezing point when heavy woolens are required. Summer temperatures are mild and light woolens/cottons are recommended. In Manali, one can find high mountains shrouded by silent snows and deep boulder strewn gorges. ...
Back home, I get into my luxury SUV each morning and travel along one of the most beautiful freeways for my short 20-minute commute...Hwy 280 with its view of Crystal Springs and the rolling hills. Sometimes in the evenings, I am frustrated at the backup of cars as we all rush home at the same hour. Well, here in India the congestion of cars, motorcycles, and all other kinds of vehicles seems constant. From the moment we landed, you hear the symphonic sounds ...
... a big deal because it is a good incentive for their parents to actually keep the kids in school instead of getting them to work. In the last post I talked about the exchange rate. It basically means that I can sponsor a kid for an entire year for $30 AUD. Because the organisation is small, I can see firsthand that the money is not going towards administration costs or something similar. CSA also welcomes you to meet the child, which is pretty neat.