Goldfinch Hotel Bangalore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... You are a politician with lots of money? You will be talked about in the papers ALL the time (Modi). You are a politician with no money at all and you will be rarely talked about in the press (Kerjiwal). Oh wait, you call out the media on their mockery of objectivity? You will not be talked about in the media. Again (Kerjiwal). Poor guy, I guess he knew what he was doing, but ...
... like we have been checked out already. Never mind they have a decent lobby where we can wait - our train is not until 9:40pm. We set off for the station at 9pm and find our train is already waiting and also conveniently located on platform one so no bag lugging up and down steps is required - very convenient :-) We make up our beds and settle in for the night. Our compartment is full which makes for an I disturbed nights sleep with no comings and goings from any suspect ...
... help for emergency situations. We ended the night, and the trip, with a networking reception at the Oberoi. Many of the presenters throughout the week and their colleagues attended the reception. As the presenters left, I felt some of the same emotions as when leaving my friends to take off for this trip. In Bangalore, I built my network, expanded my knowledge, but most importantly, I made new friends. In a city across the world from my home, I ...
... local cuisine. In particular he likes to try street food at many of the places he travels. I have always wanted to try street food when I travel but I was cautioned here in India to be careful as I am not used to the water, etc. That really didn't deter me so when our driver offered to get some street food we did not hesitate. Needless to say our lunch plans had changed. At the stand we had Kachori, Samosa & "Toast". I took ...
... were attached yet rotting on their body, a man with a severely enlarged foot to the size of an elephant's, others with growths on their bodies. I was turned off by the constant harassment from local businessmen interested in taking my money.
The lessons I try to take from my time in India are having increased compassion, acceptance, and ...