The Pearl - A Royal Residency
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Good service and nice location
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... Unfortunately, the prices here are all fixed so it was going to cost almost $250 to go 12 hours to Mussoorie in Uttarakhand province, so we split it up, with an 8 hour slog to Chandigarh, then another 6 hour slog to Mussoorie with a Chandigarh based company who we had used to get us from Delhi to Mcleod Ganj.
... who were struggling to walk up, made it and they were singing Hanuman Chalisa in the Ganga-Stotram Tune. Was great to see the enthusiasm of the youth and to see them helping the elders who were struggling.
The poojari at the temple told us about the story of Nachiketa in his local language with some variations. He was not exact as per the Upanishad but seemed innocent and pure at heart.
Nachiketa means - "One who ...
... probably be somewhat wearisome. Secondly, you can speak Thai and have a good sense about the Thai personality. Third, you love languages, including your native one, and love learning more and more about the language. Fourth, you are a voracious reader. Fifth, you're intelligent, methodical, conscientious, and do not have vices that would interfere with your ability to perform. So I have no doubt that you probably are one of the better teachers there. This is ...
... 8211; those people whose work keeps young people AWAY from learning. Ha.
Mussoorie, Sunday, 07 April, 2013
I got an email today from another friend in Singapore, let’s call him Singapore Peter (no relation to Singapore Steve – or, as he is secretly known, Singapore Freddy, even though they have the same first name.) Singapore Peter (whom I met when we were both students at the Helsinki School of Economics in Finland 23 years ...
... of needing a haircut in India. It’s not that I don’t think there are good barbers in India. In fact, I see lots of guys running around with good looking haircuts. Rather, the issue is whether there are any good barbers in Mussoorie – and more importantly, will I be able to find one?
I started by asking for a suggestion from the more or less only English speaking person I know: the neighborhood pharmacist. He had his little son bring me to ...