Nandhini Hotel - Whitefield
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... will think of most. You are always welcome if you’re in the neighborhood, but unfortunately that will not be so often for most of you. I’m going to miss all of you.
With everyone leaving, the feeling that things were coming to an end started. The last couple of weeks were strange, quite. When my last project at Parikrma was done that feeling increased even more. I started to look back, and I’m proud of ...
... has savory smells of onions and masala (the word for spice) or vegetables and cardamom. The smells waft around the house all day long until the long awaited lunch is served. I think in the past I could disassociate myself from the food because there wasn't this enticing smell tickling my nose all day long. In a usual office space, you leave to get lunch, or you bring it, or there's a kitchen where folks heat something from home up in the microwave, which is the usual tell ...
... system. No-one seemed to know where they were and I couldn't find them in any of the rooms. It's strange because every time I go to Mars they never seem to have a teacher, it's like going without a teacher for the whole of year 4 or 5-and even when the teacher is there (which is rare) she takes two pupils outside rather than teaching the whole class.
It is test season at the minute with the end of the school term fast approaching and so many of my lessons ...
... India, since they are Muslim, Sikh and other religions. The funny thing about this one was that they took off their shoes before entering. I've never seen this before. I went up to Chowmundy Hill, which is where the main tourist attractions are. One of them is the temples and small markets. I went to the temple and it was 100 rupees for foreigners and 20 rupees for Indians. There was water on the ground to wash my feet as I walked in. I got ...
... way of living; a way for mankind to be able to free themselves and find their deepest most inner peace. I learned that when Buddha was on his death bed, that someone asked him whom they should follow now that he will be gone. He responded saying that no one was ever supposed to follow him; he just wanted everyone to follow their own path, to find out how to find their inner peace on their own. Also, the monk said that it wasn't until ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking