Mapple Express Bangalore
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... EVERY time we walk through, it beeps and no one bats an eye that that’s incorrect. It seems men get wand down, sometimes, but women (or at least us) just pass on through with our scanner beeps.
Although India has been having a heat wave, Bangalore really isn’t terrible. It’s about 32 Celsius (finally another country like my homeland!) and the start of monsoon season. There have been some pretty bad ass lightning strikes to ...
... photo I called out to him to resume PLAYING.
Outside the cave we took some rest and headed down to the car.
With no trail details available on the maps and no guide, setting out and following paths based on hunch and even getting lost inside a tiny space made me feel most adventurous in quite some time. The caves were something I had never experienced before, and these days it is very rare to find something new.
Today, we ventured north of our neighborhood to the suburb of Yelahanka to visit the Sunday vegetable market. This was a short four bus stop ride away on another beautiful Bangalore morning (sunny with temperatures in the high 70s and low humidity).
Unlike the KR market (in downtown Bangalore) which I previously wrote about and posted pictures of in an earlier blog entry, this market was spread out for a ...
I'm not one to use superlatives flippantly, but what follows is my photo-journalistic account of visits to places with breathtaking beauty, awesome architecture and incredibly intriguing people – sometimes, all together.
This was a plan that was a while in the making. After having worked as a (what else?) software engineer in Bangalore for over 12 years, I was jaded and itching to get out of ...
... it's central hub.
I inadvertently walked into this city center trying to find an internet cafe, the staple internet connection of most places in India. Stopping by a local cafe I asked two locals if they knew where one was.
They looked at me like I was crazy.
The first one asked, with something of an elitist air, why I didn't have a laptop to hook into the free wifi being offered at this cafe. The second, a ...