Goldfinch Hotel Bangalore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the sewers run along under the pavements as the two meter wide paving slabs making up the pavements have ventilation holes in them. Every now and then you are subjected to some rather interesting smells. Often you have to make a choice between reeking pavements (especially bad in parts where wet patches on walls and pavements indicate a local rickshaw driver urinating spot) and petrol fumigated road verges. Walking on the road is sometimes a better choice. The traffic is manic ...
One of the first schools I visited is St. Sara's English school. A private school in the slum. That may sound strange, but because the school has a lot of sponsors they can keep the scholarships low. The school consists of two small and old buildings with improvised classrooms, some are even build in the hallways. The children always greet me cheerful ("hi sir!") and the teachers are welcoming.
I observed a lot ...
... on the India flavors. After lunch and a tour of a residential area, we headed to the airport and checked in for our flight to Chennai. I fell asleep before we took off and only woke up as we were landing. Chennai is a coastal city, and it was extremely humid and hot the evening that we arrived. We have settled into some apartments in a residential area near the airport. The City appears to be very safe and is ...
... crowded and we were hard pressed to catch a glimpse of the deity but managed to squeeze by enough people to have a look. The deity, whose shape is claimed to have been found naturally formed in the stone and the temple was hence built around it. The deity is about 15 feet high by 20 feet wide and probably about 10 feet deep and was covered in flower garlands and looked really impressive. From the temple at road level, we walked uphill about fifty meters to the ...
... and then serve it. Again incredible shots of such sweet happy faces - they all (about 30) sleep in a room about the size of our front hall :(. Mind is spinning on how to help/help with their new building project etc etc. It is run by an old Indian woman who was an orphan herself - picture to follow. Incredible.
Dinner time - veggies meals are out of this world.
Pictures tomorrow - I promise!