Sai Vishram Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... form the States who looked like she was held together with formaldehyde; a really boring Swedish guy (I know that sounds a bit harsg having only just met him but I can’t describe him in any other way) who had arrived the day before; a tosser (I’m really not getting any better at this am I) from Australia or the States who, the more drunk he got, would tell the story of how he was once surfing a wave with a white shark next to him to every poor sod he met. I did have ...
... where I’m the only one that sleeps, my TV, being able to walk in the forest, fresh air, nobody knowing all details of my life, normal bread, cooking, cycling, not sweating when walk just a little too fast, fast (glass fibre) Internet, being able to download or stream as much movies and series as possible, not being bit by mosquito’s, a wardrobe that is bigger than my backpack, walking around in ...
... dealt with the money. AN HOUR later everything was packed ready to go. The attitude of the staff didn't fill us with confidence but I can report that all 4 parcels made it to their correct addresses.
Bangalore itself seemed to be a fairly nice city from what we saw. It seemed a lot cleaner and modern than even Mumbai. It had lots of western chains in the centre which was a novelty for us. We ended up going to Costa Coffee, KFC and The Hard Rock Café whilst there! ...
... We had a few relaxing days as my mom got over jet-lag and enjoyed all the tropical fruit she had hauled over from Surabaya – all 8 kgs of it! Starfruit, snake-skin fruit ((known as “salah” in Bahasa Indonesia), watermelon, home grown papayas, and mangos were cut and incorporated into numerous fruit salads, accompanied by local pomegranates, bananas and sweet limes that were in season. Soon after my mom arrived, one of my cousins that I had not seen in ...
... ago by a woman you'll see in the pictures who was an orphan herself. Regretfully she does not speak English but her love and care for about 30 children was obvious - no words needed. All food comes from donations - the government does not back such homes. The Retreat brings food 2 - 3 times per week,dessert included :) and will supply other food if donations are scarce.