D'Habitat Hotel Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... by midnight saw them beat the home crowd with 7 balls to spare. Brilliant entertainment! Now we've just got to find another spot to see them while we're here!
Next day we got on a local bus to the city of Mysore 3 hours away. The grand palace here was the seat of the Wodeyar maharaja and after the previous palace was burnt down at the turn of ...
... of little New Zealand. We are staying in a nice leafy suburb ( still filled with constant cars, motorbikes using their horns continuously) so we went for a walk around the hotel. We were right by a shopping centre with hundreds of shops selling clothes, shoes, gold and silver jewellery. In front of the shops, and covering most of the footpaths there are ...
... st tier and 2nd tier cities in India, as well as the great challenges the poor infrastructure leads to. As a matter of fact, in cities you might be lucky that the ambulance reaches you within 20-60 minutes, in rural areas this might take hours. Scary… Therefore, the work of private companies as International SOS is so important in order to close the gaps in the social health system, particularly for business travellers. As ...
India Blog 27, Disillusion, November 1st
It’s November. It’s the month I leave. A deep breath at all I’ve seen. Another for all that’s yet to come.
In Bangalore, I’m watching as countless shoppers pass me on both sides. How it is I found myself in an Indian shopping mall is beyond me. This isn’t what I came for, and the disgruntled look on Will’s face tells me we’re feeling similarly. It looks like any other ...
... 8220;amen” so well it sounds like a choir, and following the priest members of the congregation rise to read scripture in various languages that could be Tamil, Mayalayam, Telugu or Kannada. I leave the church steps to wander around the soaring building, to where a large statue of the Virgin and baby Jesus stand in a glass enclosure.
Dozens of people gape and take photos with their phones of the idols draped in fine sari silk and wear elaborate ...