Sarovar Portico Ahmedabad
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... like at the station or at the market. The material was
developed for different age levels and also contains short stories.
So the children are taught about emtions, as it is very important for
them of course also be able to express when they are angry or sad or
whatever. Brinda and her collegues even made workshops about the
material for other schools, so that other schools who ...
... yesterday, which consisted of a vast array of items from around the world collected by a rich Indian 100 years ago. The 'European paintings' gallery was interesting. It's nice to see someone supporting 'lesser known' artists, but they are lesser known for a reason... A guy just came round selling Cadbury's Dairy Milk. Doesn't quite taste the same as ...
... s room only to find out that she lost her “Steri-Pen.” She, too, was freaking out, but unfortunately, she did not find hers. I also said good-bye to Giana, Tyler, and Niraj who were heading off to Mumbai for a concert the next afternoon. Mallory left the pen and her water bottle on the bus. I reminded her that we could call the bus company the next morning and then I headed back to my room and for the rest of the night, edited photographs from the day. "Barbeque Nation" ...
... to experience it. After being there for a couple of hours, we decided that we have had enough of the structure and people started to get hungry so we left and headed down the street searching for a place to get lunch. After about ten minutes of just walking around, we could not find anything. So, the group decided to go to "McDonald's" for lunch; our first adventurous. Everyone was so excited to risk being sick for a good "McSpicy Paneer." I on the other hand, ...
... They have their office in Ashram Road. Once while I was passing by the road I noticed that they used a bridge's logo on their board. As in Kolkatta, we might find the logo of “Howrah Bridge” . So I asked my husband, “Which bridge is this?” The answer came – “Ellis Bridge”.
It’s so surprising, how a little in-depth knowledge at the subject helps you to appreciate it lot better.