Travel Blogs from Bangalore
... we were picked up by our driver. Too bad it was not a van and the three of us had 6 suitcases that would not fit in the trunk. We developed a Tetris kind of packing strategy on the front seat. Then we drove about an hour through the evening sceneries of Bangalore. I imagined traffic to be worth – well, I have experienced Chinese traffic before. People honk their way through, drive zickzack, accelerate and break all of a sudden – still, ...
I was a turtle. A retiring turtle anchored to the bottom of the sea.
I was a coward who seldom spoke in the fear of being judged. I was a thinker who shied away from expressing herself in words. I was an artist who was comfortable in the arcane.
All my life, I had been the lost turtle that would never win the race.
Everything changed when I joined boarding school, and ...
... br> Kerala got its name from the numerous lofty coconut palms (known as ‘Keram’ in local language) found all over in the state. The land of Keram came to be known as Keralam (Kerala).
Tiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), the capital city of Kerala, has a plethora of tourist destinations around it. The most familiar tourist attractions in this part of Kerala are the Kovalam beach, Shankhumukham ...
... with just a bottle of water.It was battle to to hang on… overall a wonderful trip \m/Distance : 50 + 50 = 100 kms.
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... in the hundreds of crores, paid through a Koda associate.
The largess is alleged to have come from bribes in exchange for favours granted by Koda when he ran Jharkhand(3), Investigations uncovered widespread corruption that flourished under the Koda government, in which the CM and favoured allies milked the political chaos in the mineral-rich state.
Investigators began calling the case the “Great Jharkandh Robbery”, and marveled at ...
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