Ramanashree California Resort Bangalore
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... part of Bangalore, which is over 500 years old. Our tour guide was amazing; a local who worked in the software industry for 11 years before starting these guided walking tours. This was exactly what I pictured India as and as we walked down the chaotic streets, we were filled with all sorts of history and cultural knowledge. We also stopped into two different temples and it was a very educational experience going with a local as we were able to get ...
... eendjes zwemmen in het water’, a Dutch song.
Life outside of the cities is very different than life inside the cities. I had the feeling I just entered a museum that took me back a thousand years. A lot of things made a big impression and it is hard not to judge them. The feeling of judging declined when I went to different villages and spend time with people.
In 2008 there was a new Education Act in India. Since the ...
... used extensively in religious ceremonies, is reported to boost the immune system and be full of anti-oxidants, and is also believed to protect any home where it is grown. We are drinking Tulsi tea a couple of times daily and are hoping to get a few plants for our apartment.
Earlier in the day, we again ventured downtown via local bus to check out an "exhibition" ...
... 11 30 pm when the party was ending we were invited to the house of the producer for an after-party, this seemed like a good idea at the time, but proved otherwise as the night got older. The apartment was in a nice building, but it had very few furniture around and it appeared that the producer had just bought it and hadn’t taken the time to put anything into it as he was busy with his other property, this were all assumptions that I was making in my head as I wasn’t in the ...
... filled with gorgeous silk items, some of whieh cost thousands of dollars (not Rupees, dollars). We passed on that.
By this time, we were hungry, so we stopped for lunch at some hotel, and then continued on our way until a cop pulled us over. According to him, we "jumped a light." Only problem was, there wasn't even a light at that intersection for us to jump. I guess he was just trying to get us the experience of Indian corruption.