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... aback by Lee insisting we have the seats we paid for and the people sitting in them can have the ****** seats given its much easier for Indians to buy tickets. Go Lee, I was impressed.
The journey was spectacular, the photos albeit just snaps portray just how stunning and beautiful this country is. It was very hair raising in parts, I have to say. With sheer drops at every turn. We had breakfast served on the train at a station halfway. Lovely ...
... and the brother vows protection over the sister. I love it! Reuben and I will do this!!
From Sector 19, Sangeeta, Suverat, and the driver picked us up to go the lake! We have heard so much about it and can't wait to see it. You pull up and it looks like you're in a forest. Then you go up these steps and it's a HUGE lake. So big and blue and nice. It was quiet and relaxing in a country that is hugely populated and noisy. There was paddle boating, carnival rides, ...
Today was the day this natural feeling of questioning about our goals and purpose here in India comes to the surface. This incredible special needs school is doing so incredibly well so you don't want to waste yours or their time working on the wrong things. There are many things that we want to be perfect, but we can't be unrealistic. Our goal is to make sure that what we do teach/train, even something basic, does pass a "fly away test" (when we leave, they ...
... Guru Nanak in the 15th century, began as a reaction against the caste system and Brahmin domination of ritual. Sikhs believe in one god and although they reject the worship of idols, some keep pictures of the 10 gurus as a point of focus. The Sikhs’ holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib, contains the teachings of the 10 Sikh gurus, among others. Like Hindus and Buddhists, Sikhs believe in rebirth and karma. In Sikhism, there’s no ascetic ...
... week during the Jim Corbett trip. We took the janky Indian bus back to Kalka and got stared at the whole way. We almost missed Kalka because we didn’t realize that the bus wouldn’t stop unless we asked the driver. Luckily a nice man explained the system and gave us directions from the bus stop to the train station. The day-time train was much more comfortable that the sleeper and we enjoyed watching the sun set over the Indian countryside as the train chugged back to ...