Sai Vishram Hotel

C-144/1 Kirloskar Road Bommasandra, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560099, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C-144/1 Kirloskar Road Bommasandra, Bangalore.
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    2. A Car WILL Move for a Cow

    A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on May 13, 2014

    27 photos

    ... been in power for the past 10 years. In India the Prime Minister stays in power for 5 years each term. The last couple of months was a huge outpouring of passion for both the BJP led by Narendra Modi (More of a Hindu-national party that would perhaps lead the country into speedy economic reforms — though the Muslim minority is apprehensive because of past injustices in his ...

    Heading to vipassana

    A travel blog entry by cathyhoar on Oct 23, 2013

    4 photos

    ... sure I got there... So I thought it must have been her aunt?! Then she just saw her bus ran for it and (just about getting on it before it sped off) was gone was so funny I totally got the wrong end of the stick. It's kind of fun all the travelling really. I knew the journey would take a long long time as id probably get lost etc but I am enjoying every minute seeing new things and just taking my time. I know if I totally ...

    Meetings and A Collision

    A travel blog entry by kendracassels on Jun 01, 2013

    ... We lurched forward and heard a massive thud. Thank goodness the motorcycle driver was able to walk away. A policeman happened to witness the incident and among the motorcycle driver, taxi driver, and police man there was a whole lot of screaming going on. We had no idea what was going on and just wanted to pay and find another taxi, but he kept ushering us back into the car. Eventually we were on our way.

    That was more than enough authentic India for me, thank you very much. ...


    A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Oct 29, 2012

    33 photos

    ... confidence Bangalore would've showed its true colors much more vividly. It did make me appreciative for all the other trips we’ve taken, and showed me I don’t really like tours. I prefer to be on my own, navigating a country with nothing but my wit and a few friends to help guide me. Being pulled along on a leash is tiring, irritating, frustrating, and, most of all, boring. We end up seeing things we don’t care about and doing things people don’t ...

    Concluding Thoughts on India

    A travel blog entry by nettagurari on Mar 08, 2011

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... take me to the hostel and then back to the station. Given the traffic deadlock and my tightness on time, I ended up hopping out of the rickshaw and running in the sewage water (up to my knees) to get to the hostel as quickly as possible. The thought of a crazy white girl running in the sewage in the middle of the streets passing by all of the rickshaws, cars, bikes, etc. still makes me laugh; and I am sure it gave the locals more than enough ...