Mapple Express Bangalore
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... the promise that "someone will meet you soon". Surrounded by 4-5 stray dogs and consumed by jet lag, I waited for someone to pick me up from the office. Finally, my saving grace appeared in the form of Femi, a 5 year veteran PhD student at the IISc who hailed from *****ia. After a quick rest in the room of Alina, an international grad student from Germany, Femi brought me to breakfast at the mess hall. After drinking a little ...
... there is a gooseberry tree planted in front of him. Behind is a cave used for meditation. It's very basic but apparently the devotees spend around five years here. The sun is getting very hot as we climb back up the path towards the car. Ice creams all round are the order of the day (which must be eaten in the car as there is a large fraternity of monkeys here which become very aggressive around food). These little devils are pretty threatening and one of them is ...
... liqueurs, almond milk, deserts, fruit salads, syrups and digestives. There were so many variety of food that I can't remember their names.
After the shooting is done, we left for our hotel. Sukriti told us that the core family of hers and Rajesh's had to stay at the wedding place for 3 days till everything is over as a part of the ...
... We ate in the bak bak bar for the last time the went to find the bus. When it turned up it wasn't exactly the luxury we were expecting. Luckily it dropped us off about 3 miles down the road. Un luckily the instructions we got were ****! After asking several people we finally found a tiny little travel shop. The lady looked gone out at us and typed away made phone calls then printed out the ticked ...
... in the Triplicane area of Chennai which was marginally better than Egmore area where we stayed during our first visit, but only marginally.
The next morning we went to the Private bus Stand and boarded a "luxury" bus to Bangalore. When you read “luxury”, certain visions come to mind, banish them, this is indeed a luxury bus by Indian standards, but it in no way resembles a luxury bus! Complicated I ...