Brigade Homestead Serviced Apartments
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... boost" the next game, it took a confused face and hand gesturing explanations to lead me understand their slang for setting the ball. After a week or so of playing, I began adopting their inclination to yell "Take" to indicate to teammates to pass the ball, instead of saying "Mine" when the ball was in my range. And rather than tipping the ball over the net, I ...
By the name 'rural exposure trips' I went to Yeldur two weekends in a row. It was a program by CSA, it contained teambuilding games, visits to families, working on the farmlands and working with kids. The goal of showing the life in the rural areas was achieved quite successfully.
The first surprise was on the bus there. It wasn’t a surprise the teachers gave me, but a surprise by the students. I’m used to a quit bus ride ...
... Concierge provided me with two other pills that they use for treatment of parasitic infections, which he thought could also be the cause. I slept frailly well last night and am feeling sufficiently improved today that I may decide not to forego the trip to the Mysore Palace. I feel fortunate that this occurred in Bangalore and not in some other location. I will try to post a few pictures later, although this was primarily a travel day. ...
... keep this enormous space free of development and it serves as an oasis of peace, quiet and fresh air in metropolitan Bangalore. It is extremely popular with fitness enthusiasts and casual walkers and joggers alike, providing some respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. We quite enjoyed walking around the large gardens admiring the foliage and flowers. I’ve been there nearly every time I visit Bangalore but I found that I was paying a lot ...
This time last year, when Emily was in India her first time around on her trip, for two months she volunteered in Bangalore at Parikrma Centre for Learning. Parikrma offers underprivileged children from around the city, many from slums, the opportunity to attend school full-time from kindergarden to grade 12 - an opportunity some of these children might never have without Parikrma. Since its inception in 2003, Parikrma has grown to 4 schools and a junior college with over ...