Monday, February 6, 2012

Khuslen's travel to London -





































We had a really wonderful time in London. We've seen the Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Pollock's Toy Museum, Museum of Childhood, National Gallery, British Museum, Transport Museum, Tower of London, Tower Bridge Exhibition, River Cruise, London Eye, Big Ben, Sea Aquarium, Salisbury's Cathedral and Stonehenge. Khuslen loved the Science Museum, Museum of Childhood, Tower Bridge Exhibition, London Eye, Hamley toy store, and Sea Aquarium a lot. One of his most favorite thing to do in London is to take a tube ride. Everytime we take the tube, he will say hi, choo choo or bye bye choo and he made people smile on the tube just saying hi or bye choo choo. We discovered that Khuslen loves ice, ketchup and tuna sandwich during our trip in London. Ryan introduced Khuslen the hex bug, so now Khuslen has 2 hex bugs which he loves to play with them all the time. Khuslen loved walking in the park near the Tower Bridge and he loved chasing the pigeons in the park. Khuslen also loved taking the stairs up and down while we were in the museums. He also loved walking inside the London Eye cabin. We also took a train to the Salisbury. Then we took a bus to see the Stonehenge. It was so windy when we saw the Stonehenge, but somehow Khuslen did not mind the cold weather. He also really loved the train ride to Salisbury. We visited the Salisbury Cathedral and it was so amazing to see it. The weather was very nice amazingly and we had a few sunny days. Only one day we had the rain so we were so lucky with a nice weather.
Brian enjoyed his classes and sightseeing too. We all enjoyed our trip in London.

1 comment:


  1. HI I read your article with interest because i have thought about it as well. Delhi culture is to dress up even if you go to a neighbourhood market. Bombay is alot more casual. Chennai is disastrous.While working in Chennai, we went to a pub in a 3 star hotel, called Bikers Club, i was shocked to find that everyone there was wearing shirt and dhotis.We had girls in pur group and did not spend a minute there. I pubs in Delhi allow everyone to come in wearing whatever they want to, can you imagine what will happen to the ambience?
    Also in office, sometime back, the HR decided they will give more freedom to people to dress the way they feel comfortable. Yu cant imagine to the extent people took the liberty to. People were walking in wearing unpressed kurtas and jeans and chappals. It was affecting the attitude at work place as well. We are back to strick office formals 4 days a week and business casuals on Fridays.
    Given the social immaturity in our society i think the rules we have make sense. For those who are more culturally aware, we pay a price.
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