Hotel Bangalore International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... event and its theme this month was “Let’s Recycle”. It is not hard to notice the piles of general mixed waste that accumulates in random pockets in the city and in the villages. We are really blessed to have a waste management system in Australia that is all done for us we just need to separate our materials into the different bins provided. Here however it is reliant on personal agency to act and unfortunately with millions of people in Bangalore alone it is ...
... teachers and board members started the schools out of idealism. Those schools exist only because of sponsors, mostly big organisations (companies or universities as CU) but sometimes individuals as well. The founders gave up their luxurious lives and spent all their money and energy on the children. They hoped to give the kids a better chance in life. A noble yet realistic goal. During the meetings I could feel the ...
... till my departure I felt like a princess. I barely had to lift a finger, felt truly appreciated for merely being a guest of the hotel, and formed authentic connections with the always personable staff. The royal treatment offered to me by the Indian people and The Oberoi, Bangalore will stay with me for a long time to come.
If none of what I have described appeals to you, then just come to India to watch a cow cross the road (see ...
After surviving the journey back to Bangers we head back in a rickshaw to Heath and Paulina's. Spent a lovely day catching up, doing laundry and chilling on the terrace which of course included some bubbles drinking. Heath is a Brit and Polina is Russian and have both lived around the world ...
We arrived at Bangalore fairly early in the morning. We have a train to Kochi booked for that evening but we decided to find a cheap hotel room that we can dump our bags in for the day and take a shower. We flagged down a Rickshaw and asked the driver to take us to a cheap part of town as we only need somewhere for a few hours. He took us to an expensive part... mainly because Rickshaw drivers get a cut of what you pay the hotel! We jumped out of the rickshaw ...