Mapple Express Bangalore
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... most with meal requests. Indian vegetarian is different from regular vegetarian, then there is the Jain food and apparently many others. I was especially amused because through this whole trip I have struggled the most with food (I am an 'Indian vegetarian'). After a very informative meeting at Taj hotels, we had a big lunch (obviously) and had the rest of the day to ourselves.
... how detailed and smooth organizations work with children in the Netherlands. Education is a developed institution of over 100 years old. I never realized how much experience is in place until I started implementing some of its methods here in India. And I’m not talking about personal experience, I’m talking about the detailed way everything functions and how easy it is for newcomers to adopt it because it ...
... my cousin), in a single sentence, that translates to pure emotion to my astonished self that now we are leaving they will be lonely! I asked my sister who had brought a digital frame for them with pictures of us all to set it up again for them, which was very happy to do, so they can view it for a while to get bored of us and forget to miss us! I wish them health and comfort until I see them next. Traffic is ...
How to go Muthathi from banglaore
Muthathi is about 100 kms from Bangalore via kanakapura. You have to go to Kanakapura first (60+ kms), then from kanakapura to Sathanur (18 kms) on National highway 209, from Sathanur take a left turn to Muthathi (18 kms). Bheemeswari is 5 kms from Muthathi on Halagur Road.
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... find it difficult to understand how it is socially acceptable for people to discard their rubbish like this, and teach their children the same. I have never seen a city with so many cows just walking down the street, even pigs and goats. Though the roads are tar sealed, there is dirt and dust everywhere. To walk down the street requires concentration to avoid litter, cow dung, dirt, human spit and urine. Hygiene is of a low standard and staying clean ...