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... want to go to school, because let’s be honest, child labor is not something they enjoy. Toilets and showers don’t exist in most villages. Washing happens behind the house next to the goats and the chickens. When you need to pee or poo you just walk out into nature. It is easy for merchants to rip off the farmers because they make up the prices. The rural people generally have no political power because they don’t have ...
... in India. Actually, Indians need visa for all international travel except for a few states in Asia. This provides lots of business of TOs like Thomas Cook. Thomas Cook Bangalore takes care of visa services for four south Indian states.
Generally speaking, visa services get very low attention of travelers – most of them do it last minute, putting great pressure on the service providers – ...
... flight probably occurred when the air hostesses freaked out that I was asking for some wine. More specifically, Vikram asking the airhostess which drink she thought I should have, and with her face in utter shock responded "I don't think I'd serve her a drink at all! She's too young!". And when we asked her how old she thought I was, she said..wait for it..... 16. Stupid glasses.
Even Briana apparently didn't look 21, but of course the one non-21 year old (Vik) wasn't asked ...
... br> After picking the dates suited to all of us, we had to figure out stay and travel arrangements. We had read in enough blogs that Gharwal Mandal Vikas ****m's accommodation is the best. So step one was to check availability on website and make those phone calls to the hotels.
Over our initial calls we figured that there is a local PRO in Bangalore, who can help us customize our trip. They will take care of accommodation and travel from point to point ...
... which finished the movie. We made another date with them to go and meet Subhash's family at the weekend.
3 days before the match we woke up to see the Lathicharge taking place at the stadium (basically police charging the crowds waiting to buy tickets with canes) we decided to give it another day before we'd be collecting our tickets. 27,000 fans turned up to by a possible 7,000 tickets - although numbers changed every 30mins. A ...