Hill's Pride Resort
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... Its not long before Adrian arrives and he's upset about not having the chance to complete the last section. I got him a cup of tea and a plate of pakora which hopefully cheered him up a bit.
The temperature dropped quickly so lots of layers were needed. It wasn't the weather for hanging around after dinner. nor after the day we'd all had. the comfort and warmth of the sleeping beckoned.
Stats - miles 45.1 / elevation 5734 feet / calories ...
We arrived at SOREM at 9 for our teacher and parent workshop that we ran in order to discuss functional communication. (Outline and description below) We walked in and there were so many chairs lined up, I thought, that's crazy embarrassing because not that many people will come. I was wrong because by the end, the room was packed with not many open seats. It was such a great turnout. After getting changed and packed up at the house, we hit the road for Amritsar. The drive ...
... would be no way I would climb that hill! Mark, ever the gentleman, decided to stay with me.
A huge storm was brewing again so home for a nanna nap (well exhaustion at the thought of that climb), slept through the storm and the power went out for about 3 hours. Roast chicken & vegies again, this time by candle light. Bed after fighting with the hot water system - it won!
Need to by ready by 8am for car ride to Shimla. ...
One part of the drive followed a canal for miles and miles and what trees lines the waters edge? Eucalyptus trees! We kept an eye out for koalas but we didn't see any :).
We are in the Punjab state and the Pun means five and jab means rivers. Needless to say we crossed many rivers on our journey.
Funny Signs We've Seen:
No girlfriend, no tension.
Love is a sweet poison.
Central Mushroom ...
... making tens of thousands of sculptures in his 20 hecatre garden until he was discovered some 15 years later by the authorities for illegally occupying government land. Seeing the potential in the tourist industry they let him continue (that wouldn't happen in China!) and at 80 years he still continuesto make incredible sculptures out of all kinds of junk. It really was an amazing place, at each turn there was something new. Today Nak Chand's garden is visited by as many people as the Taj ...