Fortune Select Trinity
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... This trek might be dangerous? Perfect.
First, the jeep drove through the savanna where we saw herds of elephants, gazelle and giraffes.
Then we entered the habitat of the Simba and Mufasa's kin, seeing lions hidden in the brush ...
... 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! ...
... to see us both, as were we. We had lunch with him and he went off for his afternoon nap while we stayed up and caught up on emails. That evening, we got to meet Meghna and Raunak, my cousins. We stayed for dinner and Mahesh, Raunak, Meghan and I went across the road to a newly opened restaurant. We snacked on some "jilebis" first. It is made by piping a dough into hot oil to fry. Once it has fried sufficiently, it is removed from the pan, and then let to soak for a ...
... housing. India housing builiding materials and styles of housing vary according climatem economic standing, and cultural land, & religious affiliations. Urban slums often stand in the shadow of the high rise apartment buildings. People living in Slums live in shelters constructed from whatever materials can be found, often sheets of plastic or alumimum siding. Conditions are crowed,dangerous, and insecrem as these communities face demolition at any time. ...
... where we were accosted several times with workers trying to sell us the answers to all our problems.. It really was a shame as it totally ruined the whole temple atmosphere and the reason for being here and made it into a purely commercial enterprise. Even to exit the temple we had to go through several rooms of temple merchandise sellers, then a food court, then a prayer book room etc and there was no way round it!
Feeling rather over whelmed ...