Hotel Bangalore International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our hotel room at 8 in the morning for a shower then a breakfast. Spent most of the day touring the World heritage site of Hampy. Very hot so we headed back to the hotel pool in the afternoon. Visited the Purple Grass restaurant for dinner which was very ...
... landlord invited me in to talk about the wifi I’m getting and offered me tea. I took the chance that everyone takes to drink tea when offered. Soon her two girls came in smiling and were introduced to me. Then her husband and her husband’s mother. They then offered me a snack, a triangle shaped fried pastry with sweet coconut inside. Thank you, thank you. No, really I don’t want another. My book lay sadly on the side getting no attention that day.
Sunday! the ...
... no cow related incidents (a cow free week? fingers crossed please) When I arrived there was no internet, whilst this isn't a massive problem it is just irritating because it makes it difficult to do any sort of planning in advance! I was soon remarkably glad to be teaching, even if it was Jupiter Maths class. We finally got to play Maths Bingo and it went incredibly well! Even once they had called Bingo, they wanted to carry on ...
... the ditch or a dried riverbed.
In India, even though you are technically supposed to drive on the left-hand side of the road, when passing another vehicle all bets are off, and everyone always seems to be passing each other so you are constantly ping-ponging around the road—sometimes aimed directly for a near head-on collision. It’s the ultimate (and constant) game of chicken. I just pop another mint, rub my lucky rabbit’s foot, and ...
We saw Khursheed today! (the director of Kamini's orphanage.) It was unexpected. Our flight to Bangalore had been delayed, and we had a nightmare trying to figure out what cell phone prefaces and network codes to use. Plus, after all those months of preparation, I apparently had not transferred over the ...