Hotel Bangalore Gate
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... This time I have a new companion , all in brilliant blue. Much preparation has been made and its time to move.
I am hoping to blog regularly, internet connectivity permitting. Where I am going, this will be one of the challenges, but let's see.
Although its a solo trip, I won't be "alone", for I hope to have you, dear readers, as co travelers in spirit. Grateful for your joining me on this trip.
At the crack of dawn tomorrow, I'll be off.
... child has the right to education. So it is not surprising that the adults don’t have much education. Almost none of them can right, let alone speak English or the national language of Hindi. They have no knowledge of hygiene, their rights, the importance of education or what life is like outside of their environment.
This causes a lot of problems. There are parents who don’t want their children to go to school. The ...
... a karaoke club! Sarah and I weren't sure whether we would be allowed in as we were so casually dressed and pretty dirty, but apparently being white makes up for a lot. Unlike in the UK where one person does a bit of karaoke and everyone else watches, here everyone in a packed out club sings along to everything. Everyone went a bit wild when Robbie Williams's Rock DJ came on haha. We ended the night at a late night restaurant for a bit of sustenance, but rather than the usual chips ...
... called us “young kids” over and handed Megs an arms’ length of jasmine! Jasmine is one of the most expensive flowers on sale and I insisted several times that I pay him for it. He refused to take any payment and just told us to enjoy it. I felt really bad for the man and so I gave him a token ten rupees as a thank-you although he had given us something worth close to Rs. 50, which was extremely generous of him. It was also in Gandhi Bazaar that day ...
... friendly and heart-warming. As a new arrival they run up to find out who you are and where you're from, full of big smiles. These students love school, as for many it is a heaven compared to the difficulties of their home lives. Despite this, many of them struggle with the material. A lot of these students are the first generation of their family to go to school and don't have a good learning environment at home. Instruction is in English, but most of the students ...