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Bangalore, a city of 8m people and growing, the worlds largest hub for IT software, and in the throes of massive infrastructure projects like you wouldn't believe. We didn't come here for its sights, for there's not many, but for the massive events that are the IPL Twenty20 cricket matches. The fervour and passion for this sports has to exceed even soccer ...
... schools, home visits and street plays. Through staying in contact with people they create awareness.
The apartment is a little too small for five people. Apart for the living room and kitchen, there are only two bedrooms and two bathrooms. This means I will have to share a bedroom with two of my colleagues. Except for its size, the apartment is nice. It is well maintained and it has a washing machine, internet, a cleaning lady and guards 24/7. A nice, good, ...
We had the amazing opportunity to visit Leela Palace in Bangalore, which is a 5-star luxury property built in 2001. Leela Group is an Indian family owned hotel chain. Currently they have eight hotels all over India and plan on opening another six within the next two years. Leela is part of the global hotel alliance and has a co-branding strategy with Kempinski in Europe. The one in Bangalore has 357 rooms, multiple restaurants as well as tremendous ...
... heads. Riden in 3 Tuk Tuks, purchased some Indian clothing, eaten a delicious homemade curry made by Heath and witnessed some of the loudest firecrackers, so far over a 24 hour period, that I have ever heard. Can't wait for day 3 heading to a rooftop Diwali ...
... here but decided to break up the bus journey to Kerela. Had some great food but am glad to be leaving the big smoke. Am taking public state buses now as they're cheaper than the private firms. Obviously not as comfortable but the extra rupees I save go a long way. Overnight to Trivandrum, the capital of Kerela, right at the tip of India (more or less). ...