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... its international status. For us, a relatively modern city like Bangalore, gives us a chance to find good food other than vegetarian.
Hard Rock Cafe is a few minutes from our hotel. Our favorite foreign themed restaurants in India; Chili's and Papa John's Pizza are located a bit further from us. We went to two different Chili's in three visits. Yumm .....
... breeze felt wonderful – I completely expected it to be stifling hot and humid, but the weather has been delightful. Church Street Social was brilliantly decorated; every detail was creative and unique and I thoroughly appreciated it. On the way back to the hotel we took a tuk-tuk. A tuk-tuk is a small yellow cab that serves as a common form of transportation here. They dot every road and side street and we had to have the experience at least ...
... the refills just keep coming until you say no. The food is all delicious and only one little mound of food proves a little too spicy for me. We also get a creamy rice and nut desert as well as ice cream followed by fruit and parcels of beetle nut (this is an item that is, I can only assume, a very acquired taste). And now it's time to visit the poshest shopping mall in town. Smita warns us we won't be able to afford to shop there but it's good for ...
... Sangam]Comparing with last YearLast year we had gone Sangam in April, the water was about 2 to 3 feet in average. This time it was May, hence the water was even less at many places. Crossing the river was much simpler.Bathing although was difficult with less water you could always walk to a place where there was slightly more water.Last time it was a Sunday, ...
... nearest hotel (not mine), was told the fare to my guesthouse should be 30 rupees, walked back out, and asked the first rickshaw driver; how much for a lift? 100 Rupees was the instantaneous response, which I soon found out was the response for any tourist requiring a ride for 1 to 10 Kilometers. My counter: 30 rupees. They guy was insulted and told me to cross the circle of death once again to get a lower rate on the other side. I think I saw him and ...