Radha Regent Bengaluru
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... meal too :)
So at 1am on the 4th July we left India. We felt like we'd seen as much as we could for such a vast country. We saw some absolutely incredible things which will stay with us forever. It was however an incredibly hard country to be a backpacker in at times, nothing was easy. For a foreigner looking in it's incredibly frustrating, for locals though it's just how life is. It certainly made us appreciate how easy our life is back home and how very lucky we are.
... to find great shoes for just £10, so I was happy :) Then it still took forever to co-ordinate everything and everyone, but the final plan was for Sanna and Daniel to go to a cafe and the three of us to go back home and relax a bit before we all meet out again for dinner. The two of them did come back to the apartment for a bit and we booked a big table at Ebony - a restaurant at Church street again but on the 13th floor with a nice view over the ...
... the core for India's information technology sector with numerous soft ware companies opening offices here.
Bangalore got its name from the word ‘Bendha Kaalu’ (which means boiled beans in Kannada). The story is that once King Veera Ballala of the Vijayanagara Kingdom was lost in a forest and he came across a hut where an old woman lived. The lady offered the King the boiled beans, and thus the place ...
... park is half normal theme park and half full on water park! We were however met by a rather cautious worker who said the park was quite full and we may have to queue for rides so would we like to come back tomorrow... How bad could it be we thought and proceeded in..
It actually turned out to be "every school in india’s trip to wonder la day" as the park was packed every child from 8 to 18! The funny thing was though is that ************e ...
... John and Subeesh to keep us out of our apartment by taking us to dinner or for coffee, or taking us to whichever club Subeesh was hosting a party at. I’ve met a few more Indians besides these two, but they are the closest I’ve gotten to the Indians I have met.
There are also a few foreigners that I have become friends with. Jonathan, who is German, and Andre, who is Norwegian. So anyway, a few of the photos that ...
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