Hotel Bangalore International
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... in Milk Colony where the locals seemed quite friendly. However, a couple of days ago my manager said that the company would provide something for me and further interns they may take on. Although this saves me a lot of bother, the flat he automatically considered is in the gated complex where he lives which is miles from anywhere.
During lunch in my second week my manager popped in saying he was headed to his house and could show me and my colleague the flat. Thinking he ...
... 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 ...
... of Time and Space and spoke to the artist which made the visit worthwhile.
Then I visited Bangalore Palace and with audio and headphones learnt about early regal/royal British/Indian life. All rather interesting with English garden layout. The Rolling Stones, Elton and other major celebs have performed at this venue at the back of the palace. It's all rather tired and lost a lot of its grandeur but it was interesting learning the history.
... which surprised everyone. We walked back to Indovilla after dinner - we were going to catch an autorickshaw but decided to just walk it back since it was only a couple kilometers away and it would help digest dinner.
That weekend, we also went over to Hanumanthanagar (HNagar for short) to visit relatives on my dad’s side. It was great to see everyone after a long time and introduce Meghan to all of them (my cousins: Pramod and Santosh; Santosh’s ...
So we've spent the last few days in the coastal town of Pondicherry - which is mainly the reason for the blog title....unlike the rest of the country we've seen so far, this place is known for being relaxed, slow paced and spiritual. It's basically home to a lot of yoga loving hippies (a lot of them french) and also thanks to its colonial history, a lot of amazing french bakeries and coffee shops. Needless to say we've had a nice chilled few days exploring ...