Ramanashree California Resort Bangalore
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... is called ‘God’s Own Country’. There surely cannot be any other place like this one. If you have not visited this place, I am sure you are missing something great. And when you plan your trip do not forget to make use of MakeMyTrip coupon codes and MakeMyTrip discounts.
Kerala has given me a lot of beautiful memories which I will cherish for my entire life. I plan to visit this place again in near future!
I asked a couple of students if they thought they were ready for the real job, and all of them said they were. But I doubt it. Not because I don’t think they don’t have the right qualities, but because I think they didn’t practice enough. Not until the second internship I started learning how to keep order and how to use proper didactics. What helped me a lot was the great amount of guidance I had from my supervisors ...
... just stopped his car to see what was going on. After the three of them were pulled apart, mainly by people from the bus, the truck driver walked away (still several thousand rupees lighter) but not before a man appeared out of the jungle on a elephant....... as if the situtaion couldn't get anymore surreal.
The city itself is what you might expect of an Indian city so was only there a day. ...
... expect the roads to be empty like this at any other point during our stay in Bangalore. We were dropped off at Indovilla (my parents' house) and shown where things were briefly. The sun would be up in under an hour so we hit the bed and dozed on and off until late the next morning. We got up the next morning and walked over to my grandad’s house to spend the day there with him. His house is located in Padmnabhanagar (or PNagar for short).
He was ...
... usual security checks, handing over bags and camera’s etc along with our shoes this time! The temple however turned out to be a rather commercialised affair as you were guided round by a Disneyland style queuing barriers through the different parts, and if you had purchased the VIP ticket you were allowed in the set of barriers that were that bit closer to the shrine! Even in the main hall you were guided past the main shrine and straight into the ...