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... buy a ticket in the sleeper carriage as the train has already left its original station of departure. I buy the cheapest ticket I can and will negotiate with the conductor once I'm on the train. It is illegal to travel without a ticket but usually easier enough to make a deal once on the train. It is long boring wait which is made worse by the train being over two hours late.
Eventually we depart Bangalore and I find a sleeper carriage that ...
... Most of the children participated equally and left with a smile on their faces.
We were then also asked to discuss the importance of reward and sanctions being used in school. I think that this is one of the places that Parikrma is lacking at the minute, a concrete, school wide reward and sanction system but hopefully the teachers will be able to implement one now and in turn this should help with some of the more challenging children.
The workshop was ...
... on the way.
Climbing is very exciting as because the stairs are very neat and clean amongst the dense forests and hills all around. This trekking is less risky and can be taken up by women, children provided you have enough strength to go up.
After climbing for about half an hour to one hour you will find Ramadevara temple on the top of the hill. ...
... at the least attractive part of the park, as you'll see from the photos. The ground was all rock and not much to look at. However, it wasn't long before we came upon many beautiful trees and several structures with Asian influence as well as a Glass House modeled after London's Crystal Palace.
Enjoy the pictures and ...
... gt; Ramnagar > KAnva > Bengaluroo.
Participants: Arvi > Arun > Ashok > Sp.
Bikes: RTR > Pulsar.