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In Bangalore we had arranged to meet Kazuki, the Japanese guy I had been travelling with who was now studying English in the city. Luckily we arrived on a Sunday - his one day off. It was too early to meet as we'd gotten off the train at 6am so we decided to head to MG road area to have a look around. We started walking thinking it was only a couple of km but it turned out to be more like 10km. Luckily when ...
... of respect for the elders and traditional ways or it is just current still part of the culture.
We were later told that 1000 to 1500 was a more common size for a wedding like this and normally there is not the separate stage for dancers only the stage for bride and groom to greet guests. Seems just as in America a wedding can be used to show off status and wealth in this case the wealth of the father of the bride. ...
... we got into a tuck tuck to find out that before we were taken back to our hotel we had to spend 10 minutes in a random shop feigning interest, never really intending to buy anything. After leaving politely, promising to come back tomorrow and the driver collecting his commission we arrived at the top of our road for a discount price. As Lloyd’s stomach seems to be never ending we brought some fruit and ...
... I was glad after a couple of days, when my partner in crime was starting to recover and was feeling ready to venture out and explore the sights of Bangalore with me. As the main motivation for selecting Bangalore as a stop in our quest was to visit my family there, we did somewhat neglect to really research what there was to do there and so we decided that a one day tour of the City's main attractions would be the best way to see as much as possible, because after a ...
... marriages are still common) and how the dowery is dealt with in these cases. He took us to the new shopping mall, shopping bazaar and really old shopping bazaar. It was a great afternoon and even when I insisted on treating him to a coffee (12 rupees/ 25 cents) he paid for our bus tickets back to our area. (4 rupees each). Sid and his brother run a well clean, homely guesthouse where they have 4 permanent residents (come on business and go other places as well) and ...
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