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... in Milk Colony where the locals seemed quite friendly. However, a couple of days ago my manager said that the company would provide something for me and further interns they may take on. Although this saves me a lot of bother, the flat he automatically considered is in the gated complex where he lives which is miles from anywhere.
During lunch in my second week my manager popped in saying he was headed to his house and could show me and my colleague the flat. Thinking he ...
What I sometimes forget about living in India, is that I am not only learning about the Indian culture. Living and studying abroad means that you are also part of the international community. I go to expat parties weekly, but I am also living in a building with people from different nationalities. The apartment next door is inhabited by four Norwegian girls, the six apartments below my apartment are mostly occupied by Americans. A ...
... restaurant eats was at the Mavali Tiffin Room in downtown Bangalore. Known as the MTR, the vegetarian restaurant was started in 1924 to provide affordable and clean food for common people. There is a set lunch that is ...
... covers it as near as I can tell for the rules of the road.
Also as noted by someone in my group there are security folks at just about every store and restaurant that has a door. So not at the shops along the road but just about everywhere else. There are also attendants at toilets, trial rooms (fitting rooms to us) and many other places you would not find in the states. It does provide opportunity for many to have at least a minimal job in a country that has many people.
... the constant honking of the horns. I tried to not take any more ugly photos of sad circumstances on this trip. I did enough of that kind of gawking the last time I was here. And things had changed, since the bombing of the Taj hotel. Now there are armed guards and barricades at each hotel drive entry, and you have to go through a metal detector and have your luggage screened before you can enter. ...