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... and being a westernized city there wasn't much sight seeing to be done. Therefore we only ventured out in the evenings for food, mainly pizza in fact one night we found a Starbucks and a nandos, it was literally heaven on earth.
I don't have a great deal to say about Bangalore, except its an amazing city, with a lovely city ...
... euro’s/dollars/pounds your child can get the best education in the country (it literally is the best school in India). Every teacher has at least one assistant and classes are not bigger than 20-25 children. The campus is enormous and has a swimming pool, indoor sports facilities, outdoor sports fields, a theatre/music building, a diner, etc. I found out, even when it comes to education, India is a country of ...
... you can visit Hadimba Temple and Club House. The club house is best known for arrangements of billiard games, skating rink and library. There are restaurants and bars also. You must explore the hot sulfur springs in Manali. It is the specialty of this romantic place.
Manali has been bestowed with the priceless gift of natural splendor. The place boasts of a somewhat magnetic charm that draws tourists towards it ...
... taste in nearly three months of western food, so it was a highly excitable moment.
The location is hardly surprising, off MG Road, the center of the computer industry in Bangalore and the decor is cool and gungy. Its a place I felt automatically at home in and knew I would enjoy what was on offer.
To start with we had two large platters of nachos. I am not sure if these nachos are exceptionally good or I had not ...
... my back completely blocked (I woke up with a minor pain but it got worse and worse during the day). I could hardly move, and for the first time in my life I decided to have a massage (many centers in the town). The ayurvedic indian traditional massage, the man advised me. So that is what I had. Relaxing... This is not really the word I would use to describe it. I laid face down on a small mattress on the ground, and the "masseur" started gently: grabbing my wrists (poignets), ...