Hill's Pride Resort
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... hotel. The views are spectacular, and the people so friendly. We're taking photos of them, and they are certainly taking photos of us! I noticed more than one young man surreptitiously shooting video of our royal passage! They've probably never seen the like! We check in and enjoy an hour to rest before a delicious dinner at the hotel (where I again dine "Continental" with the lamb stew option). One of our tour members is having signs ...
... reach our children to use photos or pictures (or snaps as they call them here) to get what they want. At SOREM, Kiran and some other teachers have a sheet of paper that had the word "toilet" written and a picture hung up by the door. When the children have to go to the restroom, they go over to this part of the class and tap the sign until the teacher dismisses them from class. They also have a "water bottle" sign (I'm telling you it's freaking hot here). The use of common ...
... 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. ...
... Well we've hardly seen a pram. Parents carry their babies in there arms (no pram perving here Jazz). The first prams we saw were in Shimla where you can hire a pram to go shopping and the babes can sit and play with the inbuilt keyboard on the front. Lucky there the volume seems quite low.
Tour drivers here have a bit of a hard time. Kashmir is with us for 4 days in Shimla while his wife & 3 kids are at home in Amritsar. He stops ...
... though it handled speed bumps at top speed surprisingly well).
Sorted out my being polite to strangers problem and have learned that the touts are much easier to deal with if you maintain a constatnt state of being a little bit drunk (2 large Kingfishers every few hours should just about do it).
Stopped for a day ...