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Today started with a nice breakfast at Citrus followed by a walk around the Leela grounds. Bob was able to capture many images of the property for sharing with everyone. As I went off to work, Bob was off to meet up with Parashuram for a half day tour of old Bangalore. The temp today was in the low 80's.
After about an hour ride in traffic, only to go less than 10 miles, Bob met up ...
... want to go to school, because let’s be honest, child labor is not something they enjoy. Toilets and showers don’t exist in most villages. Washing happens behind the house next to the goats and the chickens. When you need to pee or poo you just walk out into nature. It is easy for merchants to rip off the farmers because they make up the prices. The rural people generally have no political power because they don’t have ...
... visit any hill resort in India is certainly the summer months from March to June. The months of September and October are also pleasant to be visited. Though the monsoon season in between from end of June to August should be avoided.
How To Reach Nainital
The Lake District of India ' Nainital ' is very well connected with the rest part of country through different modes of the transport. A number of maps are available to help you ...
... t. Moral of the story: Always wear comfortable shoes!
We finally got to the Bull Temple, and more interesting than the temple was the garden right by it, which had a romantic walkway encircling it. It felt like I was suddenly in a forest because of all the greenery, and definitely not in a busy city. Not to mention there were a lot of couples walking there, I was kind of hoping I would witness a Christmas-proposal whichh never happened... but I digress.
To top off ...
... we ascended the steps to the main shrine. Very interesting and beautiful temple. I got a fare few more stares from the Indians due to my clothing but mainly of respect and amazement like ooo she is wearing a sari maybe she is a converted one! Anyway- in the afternoon we went to a very glamorous mall which was seriously expensive and sipped our coffee-which we did a lot. As far as I understand coffee shops in Bangalore are the equivalent of clubs and lounges in England- ...