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... now known as Subash Chowk)
St. Andrew's Church
1903 Andrew's Church (AKA The Church of Scotland) was built at Dalhousie Cantonment
3 km) : This is a picturesque
spot where a stream feed a series of pools. A monument has been built here in
memory of the freedom fighter, Sardar Ajit Sing
... they know when to sit down properly). There is so so so mucho emphasis on waiting your turn, patience, independence, and respect in the classroom and the entire culture. I think this is the best for these children especially but all children!! (4) These students do have so much independence that is not seen in schools in the states by any means. They are allowed to navigate the school as they need whether it's to go down to sports, to the restroom, etc. They ...
... has to shout at them and help them as they struggle with all of their **** back out onto the street. Then when we actually found the right bus they somehow barged past us and piled all of their junk into the aisle, refusing to move or sit down to let us get to our seats. Indians, they ******* love it in the aisle, it is now brash generalisation to say that a huge percentage of them spend most of any given journey standing up in the aisle, talking far too loudly or just staring into ...
... the ticket to Rishikesh. We had five hours to wait.
Beggars of all ages and both genders patrolled the platforms. A group of men appeared in drag, beautiful in their saris and makeup but given away by their prominent Adam's apples. Rats ran across the station restaurant and on the railway lines; an older man in the restaurant yelled at the younger servers (an ugly display we had not seen in India to date); a policeman beat someone with a stick. People stared at ...
Now we run towards the coolness of the mountains – via an 18 hour train journey to Chandigarh, where we plan to rest for the night, and then to continue by bus to Dharamasala. We board the train, and as we sit and wait for departure we are surrounded by beggars, each with beseeching eyes and filthy patting hands – I give coins, not sure what difference it will make – we are told to ignore and refuse ...