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Visited Nandi Hills which is an old British hill station. Monkeys everywhere! Got stuck in traffic on the way back. Evening shopping in the MG Road and Brigade Road area. Our hotel is just down the road from the cricket stadium and last night was the final of the 20 20 championship so the area was packed. At the airport now so this is the last ...
... or in this case pakku before leaving the store. It is almost a pleasurable process if not long and grueling to those not participating; participants definitely seem to enjoy the process with bargaining being undertaken as one would a card game at home.
Commercial Street we were told is the the place to also go for high-end products. But, traffic is a monster and we go home to Aunt's place. Had spent a good day hanging out with maternal cousin although ...
... It is also popular among the trekkers and rock climbers. It is better to visit this place in winter as you may feel very tiring to climb hills in summer. We went there during August 2011.There are totally 3 temples in the hill complex– at the top is Revanna Siddeshwara temple, midway is Bheemeshwari (named after ...
... because the traffic in Bangalore (where we flew in to) seemed no worse. Just as noisy, just as congested, just as many rickshaws (tuk tuks) and motorbikes, with just as many drivers trying to rip you off and just as little regard for road rules. The rickshaw ride to the train station when we left Bangalore was particularly adventurous. We both agreed it was like being in a real life computerised racing car game where you try to finish the circuit as fast ...
Finally back to Namma Bengaluru after 3 weeks on the road. Felt good to be back. Until I crossed Hebbala flyover and was greeted by the cacophony and crazy traffic that I'd been away from for 3 weeks.
So long then, till I hit the road again!
Travel advice: Again, make sure you take a taxi from the airport operated ...