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... of lorries on the road too. probably 10 lorries to every car. Apparently there is a huge cement factory near Shimla - no wonder we were covered in dust!
Anyway there isn't really much else to tell you about the trip except how beautiful it was and to let you enjoy the photographs.
Please excuse the quality of some of them - they were all mostly taken from a moving car - the trip would have taken a week if we had stopped for every Kodak moment!
... We walked around to the side where you can enter from. I couldn't even describe the inside. There were flowers and plants that lined the inside and people sitting on the ground with drums and music and everyone singing and praying. At the part that goes from side to side, there is a walkway where on one side there are various gods, the other are all the people sitting. As you leave, you get water poured into you hand and I rubbed my hands with it, then the guy told me I did ...
... red starting on the local brew Kingfisher and then moving onto oh-so-cheap cocktails. One bar manager insisted Sean have some kind of intriguing fire shot for his birthday! We ended up in a nightclub that oddly reminded us of the Gallery nightclub in York where we partied at Uni. The locals sure gave us a run for our money on the dancefloor, pulling shapes to music from Rhianna to Punjab then Kesha to Bhangra!
After donning our dancing shoes, we hopped into a rickshaw that dropped ...
... befriend us, though only the 15 year old daughter' of the group could speak English. She told us to call her Nikki. She was a bright young thing, studying at Loretta Convent. in Delhi. After I'd demonstrated some opf the Hindi words and phrases I knew, the family proceeded to teach me some of their Harayana language, getting much amusement from my efforts to speak it.
We retured to bed, falling asleep to video of rather lively Punjabi music.
... play that I see everyday in my classroom. In fact, now that I reflect on it, I don’t see any play yet in my visits to the school…or any real interaction with each other, although at the girls school I did watch playground games and badminton practice. The kids are curious and very watchful and they have the most beautiful smiles…but I don’t see a tremendous abundance of energy ...