Ramee Guestline B'lore Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of information and have any questions answered. They were Hindu temples and the overall lesson is that it’s really a way of life more than a religion.
The people we’ve encountered so far are EXTREMELY friendly and accommodating towards us. Anything we ask for or need, someone finds the answer to. One thing that makes zero sense are the security guards and gates that are in numerous places, such as hotels, office buildings, the ...
... child has the right to education. So it is not surprising that the adults don’t have much education. Almost none of them can right, let alone speak English or the national language of Hindi. They have no knowledge of hygiene, their rights, the importance of education or what life is like outside of their environment.
This causes a lot of problems. There are parents who don’t want their children to go to school. The ...
... from around India. Thanks to Google Maps and the GPS on my iPhone, we were able to navigate successfully there and back - all for the princely sum of 26 cents (16 rupees) each way!
This was like a craft fair with most of the items being textiles (cotton and silk) and ready made clothing. There was also jewelry, sandals, wood carvings of Hindu deities, and some food items.
What started out as a photography plan that initially envisaged driving from Bangalore to Guwahati via Rajasthan, Delhi and UP, - a long and exciting journey in itself – eventually morphed into a monster road trip across almost the whole of the Indian subcontinent; a journey that covered 18000+ km, 90 days, 15 different states and had us crossing all the major (and many minor) rivers of India (except, ironically, the ...
... mental state after all the alcohol. About 20 people were at the after-party, and I was with about 5 people from our group. More bottles were opened and the drinks kept flowing as we kept talking and socializing with the people in the room. I slowly started to get uncomfortable with the situation as it got later and no one seemed to be really at ease in this environment. Maybe it was the fact that the bottle of rum that was handed to me was already open but full, or that I felt ...