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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 ...
... settlers on this land. Chandigarh was the first planned city in India. So because of this, the original settlers were sort of kicked out. This was a tribute to them and everything was made out of the rubble left behind. It was a really great place. I was just having such heat exhaustion I was not getting as much out of it as I could have. It was crazy beautiful though. There were big wooden swings that were incredible! And people ...
... they get harder as the skills progress. After you fill out all of these assessment questions, you have to fill in the grid. The first assessment you fill it in with one color and the second time you use another color, and so on. This way you can visually see the progress of the student and where there are gaps. When the day was over, we were all so tired. We walked to Gopals for lunch and then we went to the hotel for rest of the evening to ...
... at bay.
Our bus came and our police friends waved us bye bye, and now began our journey, at gone one in the morning to the town of Dharampur. Once there we took a night taxi the last 15 klms to Kasauli with a nice young driver, only 20 years old, called Abishekh Gupta, who recieved frequent phone calls from his mother to check on his well being.
Kausali was so quiet in the night, so calm, even the dogs did not bark. ...
... I Love Monkeys and Have to Take 5000 Pictures of Them Every Day" Weber will be writing about, we spent a day walking to The Glen, a picnic place where the British used to go because it reminded them of Scotland. It was very nice, quiet, natural, and steep. I’m not sure that any of my past lives involved me being a mountain goat for, as mentioned above, I was feeling the burn. But it was great to go on a day hike out in the woods, and I can now safely ...