Hotel R Maidens
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We had a very nice stay. The hotel is an oasis of serenity and quietness which is a treat in Delhi. And both breakfast and diner on terrasse where very good.
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... the proverbial icing on
the Indian cake as we were booked onto the famous, or is it infamous, Toy Train.
The fun began on the station which itself hangs precariously over a seemingly
endless drop. In fact most buildings in Shimla enjoy this pleasure. There is
hardly a flat area of any size to be found. To prove the point, we found no
cricket pitches anywhere on our ramblings around the town and its surrounds. In
India this is rare indeed.
Nearly halfway on this last section a woman is walking her dog, a labrador. It sees me, barks and starts chasing after me. I can't outrun it so I quickly stop and unclip shoes as I didn't want to get knocked off. The dog starts back towards the woman, but then doubles back running at me again. Its not happy and am worried this time it might bite me. I'm unclipped again putting the bike between me and the dog, which thankfully stops before it gets to ...
We arrived at SOREM at 9 for our teacher and parent workshop that we ran in order to discuss functional communication. (Outline and description below) We walked in and there were so many chairs lined up, I thought, that's crazy embarrassing because not that many people will come. I was wrong because by the end, the room was packed with not many open seats. It was such a great turnout. After getting changed and packed up at the house, we hit the road for Amritsar. The drive ...
Kasauli is one of those hidden treasures that one doesn't go to unless there is a real need. A tad out of the way but near to the school (The Lawrence School, Sanawar) that both Mum and Dad attended as children. Given that both are children from British Army parents, they were sent to this co-educational military boarding school, founded in 1847 for orphaned children of British soldiers and other poor white ...
... and I want to stop and is 100% dedicated to doing whatever we want to do. He sleeps in the car. There are no blankets or pillows to be seen. At Chandigarh the hotel charged him 50 rupees to park in the hotel car park. He pays all the tolls up front and recieves a receipt so he can claim them back from the 'office'. He is interesting and interested in us too. He laughs a lots and entertains us as well ad himself.
It is a humbling experience for ...