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... to ask a guy for directions he was heading that way and gave us a lift in his car. When we arrived everything was still closed but a rickshaw driver told us the market area not far away was open where we could get some breakfast. He said he would drop us there for free if we went into a couple of his mates shops first as he gets commission. Having nothing else to do we decided to humour him and went ...
... maintained its primeval charm and ambience. Spread across an area of 600 sq km, Corbett National Park is the perfect holiday spot for adventure lovers. From June 15 to November 15, the park remains closed for general public. The tourists may visit the place anytime else during the year.There is a separate kid’s corner in the park known as 'Earth’s Camp’. Created in 2004, this area was especially created to attract school going children. Fishing ...
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The next morning we set out to the Lalbagh Botanical garden where the bi-annual floral exhibition was on. Every year, for a week around the Independence day and the Republic day, this exhibition is held in the Botanical gardens, which has floral arrangements as well as plants and seeds and related products on sale.
It was heartening to see the ...
... Bangalore also has huge markets, bazaars, and shopping malls all around the city. The shopping malls I have chosen to not really go to, as they are way too westernized and much more expensive because of that. The bazaars are nice for necessities, such as cleaning supplies and any kind of toiletry items a person may need, but their clothes have seemed to be a little pricey too. The markets are the places that I want to explore further. The ...
... getting more each day. After I finish that I need to write some profile’s of the children who I met at the HOPE foundation Tsunami school in Kalpakkam which should be a little more interesting. This may seem boring to many people, and it isn’t exactly glamorous volunteer work, but charities need volunteers doing this sort of thing! But now I have the evenings free, and it is such a nice change of pace from the other volunteering I have been doing. If I finish ...