During the Easter break, the Paulites embarked on a two-day excursion to the tranquil foothills of the Eastern Himalayas in the North – East India to the towns of Chalsa and Lataguri, where they indulged in the warmth of a more temperate climate. The Junior wing of our cohort had the pleasure of exploring the scenic Samsing tea garden, followed by a rejuvenating hike to the idyllic Rocky island village. Meanwhile, the Senior wing savored the breathtaking beauty of Murti river during their invigorating hike and relished the serenity of the sunset by the riverside.
The following day, the masters arranged for a visit to the prestigious Bengal Safari, where the Paulites of both wings were treated to a thrilling wildlife adventure. The day concluded with a sumptuous feast at the KFC restaurant in Vega Mall.
We express our deepest gratitude to the mentors for facilitating such a remarkable excursion, which proved to be a much-needed respite for our young gentlemen. The boys thoroughly enjoyed this opportunity to unwind and create cherished memories that they will cherish for years to come.
Pic Credits: Mr. Sisir Gurung and Mr. M Joshi