The Gateway Hotel on Residency Road
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... from in the wild). Just my luck to find a funny bunch of stoner, guitar playing and group singing Indians.
Last night I went to a meet-up called Tuesday Beer’Oclock set up by an Aussie on Internations. He works for Hyder Consulting, a company I have previously looked at for work prospects. Although he was someone who enjoyed quantity over quality of beer, the beer was in fact very good. We met up in Arbor Brewery, again a pretty trendy place, selling homemade ales. ...
... it immediately, a fully working washing machine, an oven, electricity that always works, walking without slow walkers blocking the pavements all the time, streets that smell nice, insects (especially cockroaches) of normal size, movies where people actually do kiss, Grolsch, to be alone when I want/need, a board game once in a while, swimming when it is hot, and so on….
It’s surprising ...
Friday was another transition day, since we were to fly to Chennai in the evening. So, we set out from the hotel around 9 a.m. and spent the day doing some sightseeing in Bangalore. Our driver was rather apologetic for how little there was to see in Bangalore. It did, however, give him opportunity to take us to see a great number of Hindu temples and religious sites, which he seemed to prefer. We visited the major ...
... there during his college days.
The following day, we went to Bull Temple Road to see the Bull Temple (Nandini) and the Big Ganapathi (Lord Ganesh, the elephant god). It happened to be the weekend before the annual groundnut festival, known locally as “Kadlaikai Parshai”, where “kadlaikai” means “peanut” as the majority of nuts sold are peanuts. The streets were therefore lined with folks selling their nut harvest. ...
... pictures show it. All contents were donated, often from guests from here. Everyone is extremely excited for the opening of the new orphanage at the end of the month -where girls (some now in their teens) will have their own washroom and place to sleep on the floor.
Operating funds are scarce....Bha begins thinking...
More photo's to come after dinner :) very slow uploading them