Sai Vishram Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lake is "Defence land" used by the Army. As a result, you can't walk around the footpath and the small green areas that are here. There are old picnic tables and patches left to ruin on the southern end. A reminder that the public could once use this as a recreational spot. There is a small space at the northern end which the public can access. There are a few food, drink and ice cream stalls here, as well as a place you can hire a pedal boat and explore the lakes ...
... As soon as our meetings concluded for the day, we walked around the nearby streets to look for souvenirs. The shops were overflowing with wooden carvings and creative toys and as most places seem to be in India, they were extremely colorful. After a short stint of meandering, we left to meet up with Akansha, one of Ana’s friends from school and traveling. Akansha took us to an amazing bar called Church Street Social. We sat outside and ...
... that I may dressed inappropriately, not following a specific mannerism, or just not following a custom.
I am leaving to the airport in about an hour, and am departing India at 3:45am. These were the last thoughts I wanted to publish while still in the country. I will be sure to fill in the huge, remaining gaps of my fantastic adventure when I am home once again!
India- it's been REAL- but I'm ready to brush my teeth without bringing a water bottle to the bathroom.
... awake. We arrived early the next morning faced with the task of getting a hotel as the Indians are not very good at answering the phones or replying to emails. Whilst searching for the cheapest place, as Bangalore is an expensive area we met some other English travellers from Manchester.
We finally found a cheap hotel and decided that some sleep was in order after the lack of sleep on the train. After our sleep ...
... car next to the bus I was riding. The streets were dirty, and the sidewalks resembled an obstacle course complete with holes that lead into sewers, piles of trash, and even electricity wires hanging so low that they have hit my head more than once. Opposite to the looks of the street, the Indian people are some of the cleanest and neatest that I have known; everyone wears ironed shirts and slacks everywhere, and the women show off their colorful saris and jewelry as ...