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only drawback was the poor internet but that seems to be the norm in india
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this morning a driver picked us up at 8 o'clock before official breakfast but they opened it for us and we travelled back down the mountain sometimes above and sometime below the railway. we did see 2 trains on their way up but it was very cloudy so they wouldn't have a great view. As we got nearer the plain we started to see more rubbish which was …
... t think it would be wise to risk waiting and decided to check out the station loos. No! Filthy smelly squat toilets….I made a hasty retreat back to the platform and said a little prayer asking God to ensure the train ran to time and that I could hold out until Amritsar. Graham commented 'you know your trouble you keep it all in.' - really not helpful when you are not 'blessed' with a simple Percy pointer. Filth and smell aside I have yet to ...
... to rub on Hayley’s back, she was concerned about her being in pain while she was travelling so she rubbed some of a Tiger Balm style ointment into her back. A lot of people in this world have nothing and try to take from you, but a lot of them have little and give to strangers.
We tried to get straight to sleep in order to feel slightly rested in time for the third leg of our journey. The driver was almost constantly pressing the horn. He had about 5 tunes to ...
Yeah no chance you are going to get a picture of that! We spent the day teaching and lecturing....and having tea! I love tea tea time. I had two more groups of seven ladies who were equally awesome as the last and love taking pictures as much as me! I'm in about a million pictures, retina burn! We've all learned a lot and had fun too! The participants of our workshop had an outing planned after work and invited us. Jackie and I decided to go along. ...
... nectar. I sit cross legged with the entrancing chants and warm sun washing over me. This is certainly a spectacular, very special and peaceful place. As we look to the top of the Golden Temple we see flitting kites in practice for tomorrow.
Next we visit Jallianwala Bagh, a park which commemorates the Indians killed and injured here by British authorities in 1919. We see bullet marks circled in the Walls and the well into which hundreds threw themselves trying ...