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in mean while i have met the group. just i hope that ist gonne be ok. because im a backpacker and after a month on alone. it can be difficult , but this is a gruop who lets you more free so just lets see.
early in the morning we leave by bus to shimla the tourguide warns us about this shaky busride i think pffft i know how it goed hahah.
we go trought the mauntains so its all curves on the raod and dont forget the ...
We are at The Lawrance School in Sanawar, with my cousin Dodo, and her daughter Ashali. It is a private boarding school, where the kids of very rich families study and board at a cost of $4,000- $6,000 per year, which is a Hugh amount of money in India. Ashali teaches at the school, and is the head of the Social Sciences Dept. My cousin also used to teach here for a very long time, so all the staff know her. As part of her salary package Asahil gets a partially furnished ...
... was kick-ass!
About 2 weeks had passed in Punjab until one day i got a call from Dubai. It was my uncle who called me to inform that he wants me to start my job as soon as possible. Although i was sad that i could`nt do some of the other stuffs that i had planned to (like going to Shimla) but i was also pretty excited cause it was going to be the beginning of the next phase of my life..a new phase of my life.
... along the treacherous roads.
The bus to Simla was especially torturous, with my poor little Georgie having two diarrhea attacks, mess on legs, clothes and on the floor. I used writing paper in my attempt to clean it up and just chucked his mucky shorts out of the window, as the bus swayed in all directions on the rough road surfaces. I felt like I was close to vomiting for most of the journey.
I had entertained the idea ...
... circle. We would arrive in a place, be told we had 5 or 10 minutes to use the toilet/get a chai, and 30 minutes later we would finally roll out of there. Strangely enough, on the break that was called "lunch break" we barely had enough time to scarf down a hastily-prepared thali, throw some money at the waiter, and sprint back onto the bus as it pulled into the road.
5. The Vomit. I don't know if this aspect of the ...
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