Palm Meadows Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... working at an NGO in education? Then I think of first/last names and how much an Indian can tell from your first and last name. Your last name will tell everyone your religion what caste you are from (This is more of a Hindu thing). I find that highly irritating in a sense because no matter where you go you can not escape your heritage and people’s judgement unless you ...
... world, is very new and constantly changing. One thing that Elizabeth from Dnata confirmed is that travel managers in India, or buyers, are very cost conscious. Buyers want the most amount of services possible for their money. One of the challenges that they mentioned is that when they offer a service to a travel manager or client, the client often would like the product or service, but for free. Companies do not want to pay any more than they have to ...
... canteen at work and get lunch for 25 INR which is a great deal.
Bangalore is a great place and I can't wait to explore this weekend. Our driver is going to take us around to many things. One more thing... I watched Football played by two Indian teams on television today. There is an American Football league (The AFLI) that started here in India. I guess it wouldn't be Saturday with out it
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We met at the Rajdhani Resturant on the Piazza floor of UB City Mall. This resturant severves pure vegetarian Gujraati-Rajasthani food. This slice of Rajasthani food was enjoyed by adults as well as the kids.
... over 2 hours before the match started, the atmosphere was building as throngs of Indians milled around the ground, and more than a few lathi sticks were employed by the local police to get warmed up for later. Heading towards MG road for breakfast, we nipped into koshys for a touch of the colonial era-India with a slap up omelette and toast washed down with posh chai....noticing ...