Travel Blogs from Bangalore
The bell went and we went to say goodbye to the kindergarden children. They drained the energy from my body as they joined forces and pulled me to the ground, pulling my hair out and slapping my head but I just couldn't help but laugh that I had been overcome by 4/5 year olds. I channeled their energy by getting them to do running from a sprint start. They all joined in with the "on your marks, set, go," and we ran up and down the ...
... more or less done and need just one more outfit. And that's when we went to the sari shop... I don't know how long we stayed there, but they must have shown us dozens of saris - from all different materials, in all colours of the rainbow, with all possible patterns, traditional and modern, more or less glamorous, but all of them with a good amount of gold :) Sanna and I tried some of them on and ended up buying silk saris in the same design, hers purple ...
... articles of daily use of folk people like cooking vessels, equipments used for farming and animal husbandry and other such rural activities.
"Chithra Kuteera" which reflects different stages of the founder's literary achievements and struggle during the building of Janapada Loka and also houses photographs ...
Due to the India England game being moved from Kolkata to Bangalore we had to do some rescheduling. Well my travel agent Claire did! This meant we did lose some money on cancellation fees for flight and trains to Kolkata and although our cricket tickets were transferred those cheeky chaps at the ICC gained a 1000 rupees per ticket off us (13 quid). I'm writing to the Times about that one! The only benefit was we got to fly rather than train or bus. ...
... 8217;t go as planned… Sup , DAttu & kalki… went way ahead and we lost them… well it was back to Nr , Chetu and myself again… we took some other route.. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking