Blue Chip Korai's Inn
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- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... takes the piece of cake and smears it on the Birthday girl/guy's face. Because we surprised Miriam with this celebration, she had the unfortunate circumstance of wearing a white shirt, which did not mix well with the chocolate cake. In the end, more of the cake ended up each other's clothes than in our mouths. Happy Birthday Miriam!!
... Also on the summit was a restaurant, guest house and gardens.
When we got home around noon, we went out for a walk around the Jakkur neighborhood, which is just north of Amruthahalli, where we live. I had read on the Internet about a chocolate shop and cafe in Jakkur and we went looking for it. As it ends up, "Jus' Trufs" is about a 15 minute walk away and it lived up to our expectations. Hard to believe, but in our very common ...
... also many many older buses that don't look in that good of shape at times. As one might suspect the newer buses cost more while the others provide a means of transportation for the many who to not make large wages. One of the many fascinating parts of India that I am observing.
Tomorrow off to Mysore for a overnight trip. It will be great I am ...
... housing. India housing builiding materials and styles of housing vary according climatem economic standing, and cultural land, & religious affiliations. Urban slums often stand in the shadow of the high rise apartment buildings. People living in Slums live in shelters constructed from whatever materials can be found, often sheets of plastic or alumimum siding. Conditions are crowed,dangerous, and insecrem as these communities face demolition at any time. ...
... that the city was far more modern and westernised than nearly all the other cities we have been to, perhaps even including Mumbai. The street we were staying on was lined with shopping malls and western foods and chains and the local women were more likely to be wearing jeans than saris. We gave into the temptations for western food and ate at Pizza Hut for lunch (like at home except with menu items such as Chicken Achari pizza) before Amy went back to ...