Nandhini Hotel - R.T.Nagar
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... guys were chatting to us for a while and gave me and Rach some great tips for when we visit next year. We offered them cheese but it seems that's just us with the crave! A random guy on the bus helped himself to our crisps though-random! We all slept like logs despite the journey being pretty bumpy and arrived in Hospet.
Next stop Hampi!
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... was a walking distance from the flat, so we went there but after we saw all of it, we went all the way back to the Hard Rock cafe for a burger and a beer, very Indian ;-) It turned out it was both Sanna's and my first time in a Hard Rock cafe and it unfortunately also turned out the beer is more expensive than the food... but that's India for you :) It was still a very nice evening with good food and we kept on chatting as we walked home and prepared for ...
... br> There are various other things to see in the campus, such as, art gallery, amphitheatre, playground for children, gardens and statues etc. There was also a canteen inside the campus. We enjoyed some tea and snacks in the canteen, although the items were highly overpriced than outside.
... which finished the movie. We made another date with them to go and meet Subhash's family at the weekend.
3 days before the match we woke up to see the Lathicharge taking place at the stadium (basically police charging the crowds waiting to buy tickets with canes) we decided to give it another day before we'd be collecting our tickets. 27,000 fans turned up to by a possible 7,000 tickets - although numbers changed every 30mins. A ...
... only cause more congestion and pushing to get through first. They have a country where vehicles crossing from one state to the next have to stop and pay an entry tax, and all goods transported across borders is again taxed. They are struggling to be a country, and still seem divided into their individual states interests with a common national government.
The extent of modern-day Indian cities, with fallen down thatch roof shops ...