Raaga's Raiin Tree
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... at by another traveller and in the guidebook so we got a tuk-tuk there. We had to wake the guy up on reception and got a rather frosty greeting but we paid for a room anyway and got shown up. The place was a hell-hole, cockroaches in the bathroom, paint peeling off the wall, matresses strewn across the corridor - it looked like a prison/old hospital/something from a horror movie. We couldn't stay there so we managed to get our money back and swiftly left into the dark streets ...
... so I’m aware you can take a more expensive option, but from what I saw they are all pretty bad), no air conditioning on most cars, they’re crowded (some girls ended up having to sit in the overhead luggage compartment), very stinky (every time the train stops you smell human excrement), there are beggars constantly guilting you out of change, the stops are not announced, people are pushing to get on as you are trying to get off, and the worst for me was the roaches that ...
... and rickshaws. Knowing how far our hostel was, and the amount that should cost, the prices we were quoted were, to put it mildly, ludicrous. We haggled one guy down to about half his original quote, which was still wildly off the mark but just wanting to get in and nap we agreed and were swiftly bundled off. Arriving outside the hostel with relief, mixed with a slight reluctance at the sight of the place, which slowly mounted as we ...
... We got our coffeee’s sat back sippin lil by lil..chattin away time…screwin people we don’t even know!! Finally we came outta Maddur CCD and there ...
... about 4 blocks away because I noticed women without hard hats, but real hard heads, carrying the sand and gravel for the cement mixer. Men helped too as you can see.
I have included a contrast in transportation. A 747, and on the streets of Bangalore.