Grand Continent Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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In Bangalore we had arranged to meet Kazuki, the Japanese guy I had been travelling with who was now studying English in the city. Luckily we arrived on a Sunday - his one day off. It was too early to meet as we'd gotten off the train at 6am so we decided to head to MG road area to have a look around. We started walking thinking it was only a couple of km but it turned out to be more like 10km. Luckily when ...
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After researching a bit on Bangalore we decided on taking our sweet time in getting from Mysore to Bangalore as there isn't a whole pile to do so we had a sleep in and our final brekkie at parklane....yes you've guessed it omelette and toast!! We caught the A/C bus back to B'lore, it's very comfy and your not sweating like a dog so that's always a bonus!! As we were getting the night train we left our big bags at the train station so we could explore ...
... as if it was wrong. But no - it's not wrong. It's Indian.
A lot of things seem like I'm trying to recall a memory I've forgotten. I hope that doesn't sound pretentious, because I don't mean it to be. It just feels true. Most confusing of all is that my only memory of my grandma is her saris. So now, no matter where I am - even when I'm just walking down the street - it feels like I see her everywhere.
That's all for now.
... about 4 blocks away because I noticed women without hard hats, but real hard heads, carrying the sand and gravel for the cement mixer. Men helped too as you can see.
I have included a contrast in transportation. A 747, and on the streets of Bangalore.