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Hello friends and family , We are back in Delhi today after an amazing couple of weeks up north. India does not disappoint . So far it enthralls, shocks and delights in equal measures. First couple of days we spent in Delhi with Ross's sister Gaye and friend Kay. The first afternoon, a bit jet lagged and culture shocked, but keen to explore, we set off to the old city in one of the many thousands of auto rickshaws ,( NOT Tuk ...
... will be left to Sanjeeta and the teachers. She's never thinking about how anything will benefit or get her further in life. She genuinely cares and helps society. Ugh. I could go on for hours because when you meet these beautiful souls, you wish that all of humanity could have this kind of heart. Even yourself. We had lunch at her house and then her driver took us to the rock garden. This was a place that was kind of a dedication to ...
... them available in the digital library. Given I'm chasing several of my rellies here, I have become a fan of this gent, so it was great to be able to make contact and now I can bug him for specific data. I was also able to deliver a magazine that the Canadian Old Sanawarians had published - some of the content is applicable to me in that they had committed a large portion of the magazine to Dad and his writings, and I ...
... figures and there they were right at the end when we had to rush through to get back to the bus. Next stop was the lake for an hour and we had enough. So into a tuk tuk we pile, all 5 of us. Bit cosy but we fit just fine and not so bad for our first tuk tuk experience, they are so cheap as well, love them, crazy drivers though. Few chinwags in Lozza’s room tonight before we start again on our journey to join back up with the ...
... closed to the public as a result. We got a tour around the open bits, including the entrance hall and the room where partition plans were discussed between the Viceroy and a wide spectrum of Indian political leadership including Gandhi and Nehru. The marvellous building was completed in English Renaissance style by The Marquess of Dufferin (Viceroy from 1884 to 1888) and added to by his successors. The manicured lawns at the rear ...