The Gateway Hotel on Residency Road
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... Pakistan and Bangladesh (originally called East Pakistan, but having one country divided into two different areas was just a bit much and East Pakistan was aided by India in forming it’s own country, still primarily Muslim). And sent any Hindus from Pakistan and East Pakistan packing to India. There were hundred of thousands of families that were uprooted by this…many of ...
... restaurant, which sits in the heart of the garden on stilts over a coy pond. I couldn't have asked for better, food, wine, or company. The spicy papaya salad was refreshing and the pad thai was on par with the best that I have eaten in Thailand itself. After a few more photos – I knew this was our only opportunity because there was no way I’d ever be able to tie myself up like this again, we headed back to ...
This has been a great trip and I feel lucky to have met everyone on the team here. It will make it much easier to work on the phone and via video conference now that we have spent some time in person. It is still amazing to me that I have the job I do now. Something about traveling helps you understand that you really do work with people all over the world. Somehow this makes the world a bit smaller for me.
... further. (I'm planning on interviewing the staff of Dakshin
as part of my investigation.)
I made it a short work day and returned home at 3pm so I could rest, but at
... didn’t really wanted to eff up the engine, and with a pleasant weather, we rode through the Mysore Highway. Karthik and I had a perfect sync when it came to riding along the highway, which added a lot of flair to an already superb ride.
As we approached Rajarajeswari Dental College, we had to take a diversion off the highway. As we took that road, the sun slowly crept up, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services