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... It's extreme how different the world is and I really think we get to see some of the very best examples of exactly how different it can be.
Our first stop of the day was at a church and I actually think the most interesting part of that visit was to see how much Indians looked at us - I guess they are not used to see a group that consists of both Indians, Asians and Europeans. Next stop was at the Sri Big Bull Temple, where we had to drop our shoes to get in a see the ...
... is fine this way.
Not everything is a disaster. All children have the opportunity to go to school. Some parents won’t let them, but teachers visit those families to convince the parents. The schools are very basic. Most of them just consist of two or three rooms with blackboards. Things such as toilets and chairs/tables are rarely available. It is not uncommon to join three classes together, teachers hit the children a lot. But there ...
... eye views of the islands as we leave and I'm pretty sure we fly over Wandoor beach...though I don't remember any low flying planes when we were on it. That said there aren't many planes in a day so we may just have missed them. I have so been looking forward to a chicken mayo sandwich on the flight but when the trolley arrives (bearing in mind we are in row two) there are none left! I.e. they never had any in the first place. We reject the choice of the one Indian ...
... to Sri Revana Siddeshwara Betta: Bangalore–(take Mysore Road)–12 km–>Kengeri–18 km–>Bidadi–20 km–>Ramanagaram–take left turn towards kanakapura ->13 km–>Sri Revana Siddeshwara Betta About the placeRebena Siddheshwar beta is famous for Siddheshwar ...
... in Singapore though ;). In 2006, the city’s name was changed back to its former name of Bengaluru, though few care to use it in practice.
After a week of Indian food I enjoyed a burger and steak here and visited Tipu Sultan’s Palace and Bangalore Palace.
Mysore is just a two hours train ride from Bangalore ...