Travel Blogs from Bathinda
... br> "I love you I lick you I miss you. My best mam" - Preet
2+2=4 4+4=8 o! My mam you are great" - Manpreet
As most days now, I start with putting up a new banner and the one today included I LOVE YOU and THANK YOU written in punjabi ... I had Rajeev write it as it is incredibly complex and quite beautiful. I also distributed the little booklets I made, there are never enough as usually a couple of the kids take more than one. The markers also disappeared as ...
... is underwater stuff ... I bought more colour paper, they love it, and I have cut out whales ... I had planned fish but my cut out looks like a whale so it is a whale. It will be fun to colour. I think I'll hang these up in their doorways so they can swim with the whales.
Whales or are they rockets? The kids had more space to write and they broke my heart with their messages of don't leave.
Guradev Kaur who I think of as Mother Earth even though I ...
... opened by a family member a long time ago. It was wonderful to see all the children and we got pulled up to dance on stage! It was a fun experience and were very proud to be part of a family that started this school.
Our tour of Punjab was complete! We loved meeting all of our family and feel that we made close ties. We can't wait to go back!
... and its terrific marble grounds which are so lovely to walk on. The mosaic patterns in the marble are another fine feature and the fact that the people get some sustenance at the temple is good too, there is a smell of cooking as you enter from the street. Shoes have to be checked in, and the usual washing procedure observed. It's very peaceful in and around the Golden Temple, I enjoyed the visit and was glad we decided to go at night when the sun was down. 12.9.06 Punjab, India ...
... to sleep. Final day in Amristar i saw the temple for about an hour, talked to a 19yr old Indian about cricket for an hour and then left a fdonation for the doratory and walked to the bus station. Once at the station i saw 3 Israeli girls and 1 English girl so i waited with them for the bus. I had a cool conversation with the English girl for the 6 hour bus trip to Dheramasala and she was givng me loads of helpful tips for my travels as she has now been in India 9 ...
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