Goldfinch Hotel Bangalore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... surrounded by lovely gardens...and then...by tarpaulin shacks..tiny hubbles..where the sight of many old people, children..families, are living in such dire conditions. Often..some áreas...the smells..often from filthy wáter..overbearing! I have moved 4 times in a week...due to the places not being for me...and I recall the second..a B&B...where I had a bedroom and balcony..overlooking a lovely garden, where hawks nested ...
... br> The lectures are very formal. At the beginning of the day everyone says prayers together and when the teacher comes in everyone stands until they are told to sit down. On the small stage in front is a speaker’s desk, every lecture or presentation is done from behind there. What stood out immediately is that teachers and as students read their presentations out loud. Sometimes even from the PowerPoint that is almost always completely filled with ...
... thick forests, filled with cool breezes and bird song. There are fields of wild flowers, small picturesque hamlets and fruit-laden orchards, especially apples.
How To Reach
By Air: The nearest airport to Manali is Bhuntar. It is 52 Km to the south of Manali.
By Rail: The closest narrow gauge railway station is at Jogindernagar, which is 135 km from Manali.
By Road: Manali is connected ...
People are everywhere. Walking, driving, interacting. You might think that the roar of the streets would be annoying but so far it seems to beckon me to explore. Like they are calling you to come out to join them. But what they are really saying is get the hell out of my way! Crossing the street is downright dangerous. We wait for a local to take the leap first showing us how to dodge though the cars to get to the other side of the ...
... by a class of students on our way out and there were at least twenty kids packed in the tiny classroom, and as soon as they saw us they went crazy. Crazy!! They all wanted to play games, and hold our hands, have their pictures taken, sing for us and write our names down for them. Very very sweet. All of us are so keen to go back soon and spend more time with them.
Another class I really enjoy is Women's Issues. I feel lucky that I get to learn about this in ...