Hotel Bangalore International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was there to be trained for translation. And, because Shalini isn't a COMPLETE idiot, she figured that out and it was a huge fuss. Not only did she want to chat about it obsessively, but she interrupted the interviews to do so, and insisted on having an argument in front of the new translator... It was very uncomfortable. But we stayed in the slums for about 3 hours today regardless. Plus the meetings and transport and planning, it was a pretty long ...
... India are flexible and work to the employee's advantage. We were told multiple times of employees who overnight on a whim make the switch from one company to another for the difference of an additionally 1,000 rupees ($18) per month. In the afternoon we met with Aditya Loomba, the director of ECO Rent a Car. He shared with us the plethora of challenges a car rental, or rather, chauffer, company faces on the roads and in the paperwork ...
... from around India. Thanks to Google Maps and the GPS on my iPhone, we were able to navigate successfully there and back - all for the princely sum of 26 cents (16 rupees) each way!
This was like a craft fair with most of the items being textiles (cotton and silk) and ready made clothing. There was also jewelry, sandals, wood carvings of Hindu deities, and some food items.
I'm not one to use superlatives flippantly, but what follows is my photo-journalistic account of visits to places with breathtaking beauty, awesome architecture and incredibly intriguing people – sometimes, all together.
This was a plan that was a while in the making. After having worked as a (what else?) software engineer in Bangalore for over 12 years, I was jaded and itching to get out of ...
... rocked and when it ended we popped down the MG Road for a drink.
We got to the Hard Rock cafe and once it was closing time there a very helpful TukTuk driver went past a alcohol take away. It consisted of a few guys hiding in the shadows with their cool boxes and a middle man ferrying purchased booze out to passing cabs! Beautiful.
What a great way to spend our last real day. From here we go to Sri Lanka for a pint and then ...