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As week two reaches its sell by date and the first ring of fire tenderly tugs at my insides, experiences so far lend themselves to suggest that I will love Bangalore. Chaos and Indian 'dog-eats-dog' attitude is rife (especially on the roads) but I’m greatly enjoying it.
WORK: there’s always a fine line to tread with the information one should post online - not knowing what searches this blog may respond to or who may read it. Despite not having a bad word to ...
... of western cultures, in the middle of India.
Today was a special day for the Norwegians. They invited us over for a day with food, games and national pride. Today is the Norwegian national day and this year is a special year: their country celebrates its 200th birthday! A good excuse for me to be Norwegian for one day.
Dressed in a suit and with Norwegian flags painted on my face I knocked on the door, ...
Our apartment is located in the northern suburbs in a village called Amruthahally; it is about 15 km from the center of Bangalore. We have the Shoba Hypermarket (a mini sized Indian version of Walmart), a grocery store, numerous small shops selling all kinds of wares, and a small market all located within a couple of blocks of the apartment. There is also a major bus stop nearby, where we can catch public transportation into the city.
The area is ...
... t really have time to look around for that kind of stuff. It was new and hence out of town so it took maybe 45 to 60 minutes to get to the hotel.
There were so many sites that I would have liked to have had time to see as we passed them in the dark. Old structures just like I imagined near newer buildings intermingled with what seemed like shrines. A lot of construction all over also. We passed through old downtown of Bangalore by St Mark's Cathedral and ...
... swimming gear and instead the boys were in the pool in shirts and trousers and the girls in full sarees or Indian dress! Even on the slides they were tucking in fully clothed... We did however attract quite a lot of attention and especially Hannah who had shorts and a strappy top on (good job I didn’t opt for the bikini eh) So much so that she got us thrown out of the wave pool for attempting to drown a school child who was splashing her ...