Aranha Homes- Trinity Grand
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were pretty decent and Willem even ended up buying something so it was worth our while. We agreed to visit one more shop with him after he gave us some rupees for breakfast. Once we had eaten we wandered back to MG road, found a coffee shop and sat chilling until Kazuki showed up. It was good to catch up over several more coffees before having a wander round the malls. There wasn't much to see or do, it was ...
... the students (~400) with a giant chocolate Christmas cake!
Last evening, other neighbors in our apartment complex took us to see their church’s Christmas concert. The Bethel AG Church has over 10,000 members with services in Malayalam (the predominant language in the State of Kerala) and English. The church has a web site (http://www.bethelagindia.org/), ...
Arrived in hot and sunny Bangalore, and my first experience on the roads began, rather than the African Massage we endured when in Kenya, they have a special form of Indian Massage! the idea of roadworks is interesting. Due to shady funding and stuff like that, a flyover in the middle of Bangalore has been stopped in the middle of construction... this means that to get round the "roadworks" people just casually go off-road, its ...
... miles where some mud houses hid between brick houses and small strands made out of branches and banana tree leaves as roofs sold the local candy and some snacks. I spent the whole trip fascinated by the scenery and the hordes of goats and cows that were herded on the roads and carts packing gigantic piles of hay were pulled by oxen.
We finally reached the waterfalls and our driver dropped us off and told us that he would be picking us up later. The scenery was amazing as at least ...
... Island. The backwaters go all the way from Allepey to Kollam, but the smaller ones through the villages are the best, opposed tot he main wide waterways. After a drive to the village with Scott (USA) and Yojan (Korea) we waited with a family at their house for the boat to arrive. The family was so lovely, especially the little girl who took me on a tour of their garden, pointing out the spices and flowers. Her and her mum put my hair in an Indian style for me, with ...