Raaga's Raiin Tree

Address: 6, Rest House Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Richmond Town area of Bangalore, is near Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Mahatma Ghandi (MG) Road, Athirampally Waterfalls, and Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary.
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    Day 1: start as you mean to continue.

    A travel blog entry by dont_pannik on Jan 25, 2015

    ... there was a mass of trolleys abandoned behind it. As there was no trolley bay in sight the driver began to shunt them along (admittedly with my help) in position behind the next car over. I had to chuckle at the nature of overcoming one’s own issue by making it one for someone else.

    The airport road is a grand, palm lined parade that that joins the Bangalore – Hyderabad Highway. Huge billboards lined the road declaring Inglish slogans such as: Panache ...


    A travel blog entry by oindrila on Jul 15, 2013

    ... Rotorua is fascinating place to visit because of its geothermic activity such as bubbling pools of mud and geysers can be seen all around the city. There is a scientific reason for the formation is that the gigantic magma chamber of a volcano collapsed into the Lake Rotorua, which later filled with water. Indeed, it has a significant smell of sulfur that happens in the area!

    The North Pole is one of the most amazing and ...


    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Dec 16, 2012

    2 comments, 134 photos

    ... and walked around the deity which was also decorated in garlands. The main steeples topping both temples are ornately decorated with colorfully painted statues of other deities and smaller versions of the main deity.

    After collecting our footwear, we wandered through the park adjacent to the temples. Meghan was fascinated by all the tropical plants that were new to her but not so keen on the hundreds of bats flying about the tops of the trees in ...

    Yoga Therapy this is NOT!!

    A travel blog entry by bevin on Nov 22, 2011

    1 comment

    ... taken to a local "Light" festival last night - something like 100,000 lites/mini oil lamps burning everywhere and visited inside their temple as well - in this tiny local village. These guys seem to love having picture taken so have some "interesting" shots - check back tomorrow. 2. Served lunch to children at a different village orphanage today. Shreyas takes lunch to them about twice a week; guests help ...

    Tibetan Refuge Community

    A travel blog entry by bzeiger on Jan 25, 2011

    ... monastic life style without getting much of a sense of how things operated outside the monasteries I felt warmth for their people, especially seeing the ancient beautiful faces of the elderly Tibetans sitting together on the porch area of the temple at the nunnery. Some of their faces were faces I looked at curiously in a mystified light when I was a child skimming through a National Geographic section on ...