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At Pongsuan, my matthayoms still aren't focussing. They talk and joke and mess around. That's fine. I sort of expect that from teenagers. But as a teacher you can't just let them do it, so you have to be creative in your methods for battling the problem. From when I went to school I know the kind of things that don't work on disruptive students. I should, after all, I was one of them. I know anger and shouting don't work. I know that unfair punishments and ...
... Accommodation we had was superb. We had lovely hotels, our Houseboat in Srinagar and an amazing stay at Dhenkanal Palace with the Prince and Princess .
People / person I met and or best remember
Meeting up with Deepak and his family: experiencing an Indian meal / company in their home and being able to thank them personally for the organisation of our wonderful holidays in India. It was lovely also to meet up with Majar again and spend a few days with him. ...
... to start with, I began to wonder if we would ever get to the airport - there was SO much traffic.
Checkin proceeded easily once we got past an extremely officious woman who didn't want us to go into the "check in online" queue of no people instead of the "check in" queue of about 100 people! She asked to see our boarding pass, and I told her that when I'd done it on my phone it had said I wouldn't get a boarding pass as they still needed to verify ...
... but if I returned it the old problem of too big money for too small wallet would return and we'd end up in some unending dual causality loop and the universe would collapse.
To make matters worse our plane had a fuel leak so we had to wait for a spare plane to arrive from San Diego, delaying take off by two hours. I was consoled by having the entire middle row to myself, offering me the chance to spread over three seats. Harry can't normally sleep on planes, but did ok ...
... that they are often ridiculously overcrowded and the Royal Palace was no exception. Yes, it was interesting looking around but there were so many tourists being obnoxious (I won't say the nationality but I think you can make a good guess at where they were from), I got fed up and left.
As it was extremely hot that day (and I stupidly forgot to wear a cap) I had to buy a hat (a woven cowboy hat which I have grown to like (especially now I have the Eagle ...