The last leg of the US trip is at San Fransisco, the golden city, the beautiful city...... The way to this city is as breathtaking as is the city with large redwood trees, pristine river banks, smooth roads lined with coniferous trees and finally the golden bridge in the city!!!! The golden bridge, a wonderful hostel and a plethora of tourist places along with undulating roads is just the beginning to unravelling a city of mysteries...... The explorers are at it!!!!!!
Our friends NPAites,from California, went on a Gujarat darshan with Siddi saiyyed ki jaali, Gandhi ashram and Mahatma Mandir, Adalaj vav and Hatheesingh Jain temple clubbed in with a few more interesting sites!!!An eye-opener of a trip and entrancing moments.... Memorable!!! Jai Jai Garvi Gujarat!!!
Indore diaries..... Our friends from Indore enjoyed glimpses of beautiful Gujarat when they went sight seeing to Adalaj, that houses the architectural marvel Adalaj vav, then to Ahmedabad where they visited the Gandhi Ashram on the banks of the Sabarmati and the Kankaria park and to Gandhinagar at the famous Akshardham temple..... A short, quick trip to these places hints at several more surprises and amazing places of Gujarat, yet to be unravelled!!!!! The visit was a mix of hiostoric and entertainment values and the memories, priceless!!!!!! Atithi Devo Bhavah!!!!
The Ranthambore tiger census count mission as always kick-started with AVV students joining in enthusiastically. The rough terrains,the night watching and the 'Cat' prowls left the students undeterred as they were in safe hands (The PE instructer, Sunil Patel, an accomplished guide had accompanied) and so together the six students left a mark!!!! Proud of these dare devil youngsters, Dhruvish Parikh, Rahil Sudhesha, Hast Thakker, Radha Erande, Arunima Pillai and Diya Patel !!!!!
The students of grade 7 and 8 went on their first ever long distance trip to the famed and beautiful tourist spot, Mount Abu and Ambaji Gabbar....The two day trip replete with activities, sightseeing, campfire and shopping along with stay in tents was memorable and thrilling for the students and teachers. Memories last a lifetime!!!!!