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After Chennai i headed west to the city of Bengaluru (formally Bangalore). Bengaluru is the capital of the state of Karnataka and is known as the "Gardened City" because of its abundance of parks and greenery. It's the nations hub for I.T and technology and is Indias fastest growing city. At almost 1000m above sea level, it was noticably cooler here than in Chennai, which stands at sea level. It was also a lot cleaner and more modern too. I'm slowly learning that, turning ...
... what he preaches! We spoke about the travel industry both from an Indian and a Generation Y perspective. Saurabh has the unique combination of being young and also very experienced in what he does. He started with a quick overview of the Indian economy and the potential for growth and improvement in the tourist sector. I was surprised and glad to hear he believes that even though the younger generations are attached to technology, the value of ...
... their child could converse with an American. After taking a picture I showed it to those I had just photographed and invariably, this elicited a big smile. I am not all that confident that I could have pulled off something like this in the US (say at a flea market). To me here and now in India, I am thinking that Americans would be much more up tight and nervous if a very foreign photographer was so obviously taking their ...
So, one thing that I think the 3 of us had prepared ourselves for, was the enormously strong likelihood that we would be stared at. A lot. We knew we would not be somewhere even remotely closed to the United States in respect to diversity. All the research online, in books, etc, told us the same thing: visitors stick out like sore thumbs.
Tessa and Gabe definitely had their fair share of stares. Some gave conspicuous glances, while others shamelessly followed them with ...
Left without an alarm clock in a Tales' house, a Brazilian friend of my cousin who was hosting me for a few nights in Paris, I decided to not sleep for the night in order to make sure that I woke up the next day at 5am to get to my flight. I was able to sneak into the RER without paying the 9 euro ticket and not too long afterwards I was on my way to Frankfurt. After a 12 hour flight I finally got to Bangalore, India, where I was taken through immigration and was greeted by ...