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... dealt with the money. AN HOUR later everything was packed ready to go. The attitude of the staff didn't fill us with confidence but I can report that all 4 parcels made it to their correct addresses.
Bangalore itself seemed to be a fairly nice city from what we saw. It seemed a lot cleaner and modern than even Mumbai. It had lots of western chains in the centre which was a novelty for us. We ended up going to Costa Coffee, KFC and The Hard Rock Café whilst there! ...
... have known the sort of backgrounds that these children came from. We were then met by the head of Volunteers Moxada Singh.
She discussed some fundraising campaigns that they are looking at in order to raise money for the school. They have started a "Half a Days Pay Campaign" and they are targetting certain businesses to do this scheme. It is self explanatory, you donate half a days pay to Parikrma and you can then choose what it is used for. So you ...
Agra is an ancient city set by the banks of the river Yamuna in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The city of Agra is most famous for its numerous Mughal monuments that dot its landscape. Among the many interesting sightseeing options in the city, the most famous one is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Taj Mahal.
Voted as one among the Seven Wonders of the World, Taj Mahal is a beautiful mausoleum made entirely out of white marble that was ...
... it had to be said. We arrived at the Bangalore Bus Stand as it was getting dark, hired an auto-rickshaw and entered the absolute chaos which is Bangalore traffic. We have experienced chaotic traffic previously, Saigon, Bangkok and Mumbai all come to mind, but nothing approaches the Bangalore gridlock. Eventually we arrived at the Ajuntha Hotel just off MG road which turned out to be over-priced but fine for our ...
... the ice and the swarm began. I tried so hard not to laugh, because I thought that the whole concept was hilarious. A short while later, the teachers who were chaperoning the field trip would swoop by and guide them away, giving me a few moments to check back in with Phil and listen to the guide.
One of the neat stories that I was able to catch involved some god that had to hide inside an elephant for a while and then broke out of it. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility