Topics: India, Jaipur, Mumbai Pages: 2 (595 words) Published: April 5, 2013
Educational tours are of great importance as they not only broaden our outlook but enhance our knowledge to a great extent. That is why, we, the students await for this precious moment impatiently.

Recently I got such an occasion. It was the time of summer vacation when all of a sudden a programme was made for all India tour. It was a tour of twenty days. All the students who were willing to enjoy this tour had to deposit Rs. 5000/- to bear the expenses of travelling, fooding and lodging. I being a great advocate of educational tours joined it whole heartedly. My parents supported me with required money.

We had our reservations in a special bogie. We were a group of fifty students all from XIIth class, three teachers and two attendants. We had already taken those things which we thought were necessary during the travel. As it was fixed, we left Delhi on 25th of May. We were sent off at the railway station by our principal, a number of friends and our parents. Everyone was in a cheerful mood.

They were all praying for our safe and happy time during the journey. The train was at its right time and we left the railway station in a very pleasant atmosphere. Our teachers also looked very happy. They advised us to maintain the norms of discipline all along the journey. We, the students assured them not to create any unpleasant moment at any cost.

As we had planned our first halt was Jaipur the 'Pink City'. Here we had decided to spend at least two days. We were very excited to see this city which is famous for city palace, Birla Mandir, Amber Fort and Jantar-Mantar. We visited all these places in a very planned way and enjoyed every moment. We also enjoyed the famous dishes of Jaipur. We made some purchases in the last and then proceeded for our next visiting place, which was Mumbai.

We stayed in Mumbai for five days. It is a big city and has a net of local railway which seems to be the part and parcel of local Mumbai people. There we found hustle and...
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