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... with Majunath. The park is huge offering some quiet areas but generally it was rammed. Especially at the main attraction, a flower display in the shape of some palace (Gateway to India I think) to mark Republic Day – 26th Jan. It wasn’t possible to enjoy the display as people were being shunted through like sheep by whistling police wo/men. Instead I amused myself by making fun of the police force by joking with them about how good their whistles sounded ...
... free education to the poorest kids of Bangalore. They don’t only help the children out, but also the parents. By taking care of complete picture they hope to give each child the best chances in life. Their motto is love, explore and excel. And loving is the most important part: a lot of students don’t get enough love at home.
And the formula is a success. The first graduates turn out ...
We finally got a phone and an Internet stick so our blog will be up and running with more frequent entries! Thanks to these beauties who took Britta out on his bike to find a SIM card and eventually gave us their own card from their phone. I think Bangalore is giving Canada a run for its money for having the nicest ...
... columns, and grand looking. The main entrance to the Vidhan Soudha is topped by the three Ashoka lions.
Having snapped a few pictures, I got back in the car and we headed off towards M.G. Road (Mahatma Gandhi Road), which is the main shopping district in Bangalore and where you are almost guaranteed to find other tourists roaming the souvenir shops. We had lunch in a restaurant close by to MG Road as we were all pretty hungry by then. I had a thali ...
... we ended our trip to Auroville crammed in a rickshaw with a lovely Indian couple who usefully were from Bangalore and were full of insights into the city :-) although we did feel a little belittled when they told us that he was a financial advisor and she was an architect....we do pick our acquaintances!
Saturday ended in a night train to Bangalore, but before we made it on to the train, while on a stroll round town looking for somewhere ...