Royal Orchid Central
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... very interesting objects such as elephant leg-chair and ancient photos that belongs to Wadiyars.
After a long day, we returned to our hotel and then left for a nice restaurant 13th Floor on Ivory Tower on MG Road. There is a restaurant and a bar with a view, however the weather was misty we couldn't see much. ...
... scientists in order to feed the world. however, they
actually produce smaller yields, require heavy fertiliser and pesticide
use (expensive to buy, toxic to the farmers who spray it on, pollute
groundwater, and go into the plant and are later consumed), require
several times more water (depleting grounder, and requiring new bore
wells to be drilled, which is expensive) and have been linked by farmers
to soaring cancer rates and other diseases since ...
Frequently increasing fuel prices also added to some of our worries as the budget was gettinng stretched. The 4-5 vehicle provider agencies whom we contacted have given different price quotes for 12 days 12 nights trip including vehicle, driver, fuel, taxes, road toll etc.
As of day, we are yet to finalize the vehicle, driver as well as hiring agency. Hope to do so before we step into the month of November.
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... by liking it so much! Esther
knew quite a lot about Hinduism beacuse she did it for A level at school- so it
was so good her explaining things to us etc!
WE then had a quick bite and then went to another temple called Shiva Midra-
was seriously cool- we got our tickets- and it was like another theme park-
but religious obviously- we were taken through caves- had to put wood on ...
... are then sold to the next plant in the row, which uses the same children to collect empty plastic water bottles from the street so they can break them down, dry the plastic, re-dye it and formulate it into granules that can be used in any injection-mould. The granules are then sold to factories, made into plastic bottles and the cycle continues. Similar operations are running all over the slums involving anything from metal sunflower oil bottles to cardboard boxes. In fact, it is ...