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We were introduced to the kindergarden class who were jumping around and very excited to see us. Deren started off a fun singing lesson and we were encouraged to lead songs too. They really were adorable and were singing at the top of their lungs. One little boy was known as the super bully and would just go around hitting everyone around the head. You see a lot of play fighting and head slapping but there is no malice behind it. Most of ...
... potatoes and coconut chutney, which also turned out to be great. Then we got out and took a rikshaw, heading to a local shopping street rather than a mall, in order to get lower prices and be able to also haggle a bit. Narmada took us to some shops she likes and I bought an official salwar kameez for the wedding already in the first shop and also a casual one which I could wear in Europe as well. I am normally very easy with shopping, but even I ...
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Entry fee: Rs 10 per person, Kids – Rs 5
Camera fees: Rs 100 (if you want to take pictures inside museums)
Video show – Rs 5 (there are specific timings of the show)
Timmings: 9.00 am To 5.30 pm, Tuesday holiday
The entrance gate or mahadwara
The entrance gate is one of the attractions ...
... the Arya Samaj.
They were lovely, kind people, feeding us lots of good food, and Vibha, who especially loved children, accompanied us to the shared swimming pool, where despite the cold water and the requirement to wear bathing caps, we had a nice little swim.
Ravi was later entertaining us on his keyboards, getting Rosina to sing along with him. Vibha and I both ...
... of 1.2 billion people (obviously nearly all College Graduates) they can’t get labourers or farm workers. Farm land is being laid waste, or consumed by industrial and housing developments, with no apparent plan or organisation. The country (around where we travelled) is basically a shambles. Waterways polluted.
Waste collection, or management, has not been heard of (except in the French Quarter of Punducherry). Waterways are a ...