Pai Viceroy Jayanagar
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... moved in the next day. The tourism office is situated just off M.G road in Triumph Towers. The guy here was so helpful and not only provided me with all the information and maps i needed for my stay in Bengaluru, but also gave me maps and info for my onward travel.
The first sight i visited was Lalbagh Botanic Gardens. It was started in 1760 by Sultan Haider Ali and later had some British influence. The gardens are a mix of Mughal, British and French ...
... when the three of us visited the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens in Bangalore. While we were in the green house, a male approached Gabe asking for a picture. Gabe reached out for the camera, under the impression the boy had asked him to take a picture for him. This was not the case. The boy corrected him, and with gestures, indicated that he wanted to take a picture with Gabe. Gabe, caught off-guard, obliged. I caught an off-center snapshot of them on my phone.
Later, after ...
... Whilst stood at the juice stall we noticed the man behind the counter kept staring at Lloyd and talking to his friend. Having seen them laugh to each other Lloyd asked them what was going on, only for them to say that they thought he was very muscly, even managing to squeeze the bicep. Lloyd’s head grew as you could imagine. Leaving me shaking my head and telling the men not to encourage his already large ...
... on their heads to make way for new construction and right behind the luxury apartments where I am staying are shanty homes constructed from corrugated metal, mud brick, and tarps. I was expecting to see these kinds of scenes, but nevertheless, it has my mind reeling with many questions and emotions.
How do they deal with the overwhelming piles of trash on every street corner? How do people navigate without street names? Do the people living in shanties ...
... looking short Indian that was apparently speaking to me in English, but I was completely unable to understand. There was a misunderstanding about the visa, and with the communication barrier it took about five minutes to resolve and I was given for the first time the Indian head nod. I was completely unaware of what it meant, or how to react to it. Instead of being a straight forward yes or no motion he shook his head in a way that seemed to say maybe, or as if ...