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Be warned, the following blog is a bit on the negative side...so turn away those who are not interested! However if you keep reading, you will see how even in the worst situation, the good of people can really amaze you! There is hope for mankind after all. So turns out that our exciting plan to get us out of Shimla and into Rajestan was not going to turn out as we expected. Cue the worst day to date of our tour. Of our time in Shimla it seemed ...
... its patron Goddess Shamla Devi, a manifestation of Kali. The British used it as the summer capitol of India due to it's cool climate ( 7,200 feet) and were here from March through October and then moved the capitol to Deli for the rest of the year. Rudyard Kipling's novel Kim took place here.
It is a city built into the hillside and has a very British feel to it even today. We drove up to the Vice Regal Lodge and were there when it ...
... us 300 rupees to take us to a ticket office a few km away. We jump in and while we are driving away we start thinking.... how often do train crashes ven happen!? feeling sceptical, we decided to return to the railway station,only to find that the 07:40 Shatabadi was right on schedule and of course had not crashed at all. Yhe idiot was ovviously in cahoots with the greasy taxi driver outside! Anyway, we learned our lesson and learned it quickly!!! Luckily we got on to our ...
Szarym switem (9 rano) udalismy sie w ostatnia podroz przez zielone sektory kubistycznego Chandigarhu i skierowalismy sie w strone dawnej letniej stolicy Indii - Simli. Miasteczko to jest najwazniejsza z zakladanych masowo w XIX wieku przez Brytyjczykow tzw. hill stations, czyli gorskich osad, do ktorych uciekali w lecie przed skwarem rownin. Jak juz wiecie, nie udalo nam sie zdobyc biletow na oslawionego toy traina, ale wiele nie stracilismy, bowiem jego trasa wiodla ...
... 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 ...