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... was supposed to be our last meal in India and was a supposed to be a real treat for us. The prices were on a par with the UK but the service was not. To cut a long story short we didn't actually end up eating our meals together as we had to send Hannah's burger back twice as they kept bringing the wrong one! Normally we wouldn't care about these things but when you're paying 10 or 20 times more than you would for a normal meal I think its fair to complain... did result in ...
Deciding we needed a proper breakfast we got a tuck tuck to Bangalore centre and walked up and down a road full of food options. We decided on 'coffee café day' (yes this is its actual name) where we both had a sandwich. Alice finished her sandwich full whereas for me it was just a starter so we moved onto McDonalds, then subway. Finally after buying stuff from the supermarket I was finally full! Alice was not impressed with having to follow me around and watch me eat. ...
... Shiva, Vishnu and Jain sects. But other than the few distinctive differences in the cult images, the architectural and sculptural designs remain the same.
All the temples are erected on high platforms, without enclosing walls with an entrance porch, a hall, a vestibule and a sanctum.
When visiting Khajuraho, it is always better to avail a Khajuraho package where you can hire a guide and ...
... some of which were two stories tall. Granted, these were definitely far from nice buildings, but they still were not typical slums. The people that lived here were by far better off than the people living outside of my apartment complex.
But, enough about that. The slums we went to were special because my school, Christ University, has different programs that they sponsor for the people that live in these slums. One thing ...
... we headed back to join back the others.Then the trek down began, we kinda forgot the route we came… so “Where there is a path , there is a way” became the motto…so followed path filled with thick trees and ...
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