Hotel Bangalore International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Longest, best day ever! It was an early start, 6:30am to get ready. I was helping with the coordination of everything so we needed hair and makeup done in time to get photos taken. It was so nice just hanging out with everyone and getting to know them all! The ladies looked absolutely stunning! And Anastasia was one of the most beautiful brides which was a fitting end to the fairytale wedding event we've had! Getting everyone to the church was an incredible ...
... How did three months of India changed me so far? There has been happening a lot, too much to all wright down. But let’s start anyways.
The most cliché is that I learned a lot about the Indian culture. This was my biggest personal goal for this adventure. I got used to all the positive and negative behaviours. From the skipping of queues in shops to the positive reactions I get when people find out I’m half Indian. I start ...
There are certainly things you need to do before you travel in India. Those are; what you would put in your luggage, things you need to know culturally before you travel.
In Your Luggage:
Hygiene Related: Carry a roll of toilet paper in your hand bag, it always becomes useful when you need to go to public toilets. Also carry a hand ...
... we were all up and taking showers before heading to the airport. We had booked a taxi for the ride out and I was getting a bit tense because it was 6:25 am and he wasn’t there yet (we had booked the cab for 6:30). He showed up time however and we piled in and headed off to the airport. When we got out at the airport and the cab had left, my dad vowed to never catch a cab again and said he would stick to the bus. The same driver we had used to get to ISKCON ...
... of pictures, sometimes giving their cameras to the students to have fun taking photos themselves. There were even races for the parents! Amazing that the mothers could even jog in sarees, much less sprint down the track at full speed. The intermission was a very adorable tribal dance by the younger students - girls dressed in bedsheets as sarees, and boys covered in war paint and leaves. They day was a lot of fun, although nearly impossible to get the students to ...