Hotel Chandra Park
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... CCI. However, they have some truly unique pieces. Also, the stor has become a monster in size and scope to include, home furnishings, furniture, and jewelry. I still only love the art and handicrafts section that they're made adorable by moving it to a separate building made to feel like an old Indian home.
We got hungry and first place we looked in only had "full meal" which means plates of food with small cups of sides and rice and poori -- too ...
Flight to Bangalore worked perfectly. There I met a Russian couple who also had to kill some time and together we took a bus to search for some food and internet access. We found both eventually. The went back fairly soon.
I was planing on not taking a hotel room (expensive next to the airport) and in stead spending the night at the airport. I returned a little later to the airport sharing a taxi with an Indian business man. Unfortunately I didn't have a ...
So this will my sixth day in a row with no running water... And I literally think that I would have forgotten the sound of running water, if it wasn't for the running sewage I hear as I walk around the place each day. Even if I ever do get running water again I still have to boil all my water, and to be honest I’m kind of getting a taste for drinking Luke warm and hot water. I get buckets of water brought to me from a well somewhere in the grounds, and ...
... br> Other sights visited today include the basilica where the remains of St. Thomas are buried, Fort St. George, St. Mary’s Church, and the State Museum containing a fantastic display of bronze statues from as far back as the 10th Century AD. Lunch is at a marvelous restaurant that I am thrilled to see is more crammed with local people than tourists. We return to the hotel around 3pm, and enjoy free time until dinner. A wonderful ...
... goporum allowed them to feel at least somewhat included in the religious experience by viewing depictions of it from outside.
Oddly enough even though some devout Indians were precluded from entering, two white unbelievers were more than welcome. There were some white robed Brahmans (the highest Hindu caste) sitting cross-legged in a little raised pavillion near an ablutions pool. I asked them if they would mind having their photo taken with me, which ...