Travel Blogs from Bangalore
... was supposed to be our last meal in India and was a supposed to be a real treat for us. The prices were on a par with the UK but the service was not. To cut a long story short we didn't actually end up eating our meals together as we had to send Hannah's burger back twice as they kept bringing the wrong one! Normally we wouldn't care about these things but when you're paying 10 or 20 times more than you would for a normal meal I think its fair to complain... did result in ...
... to. The boys immediately launched into a wild game of football which I had to take control of on numerous occasions so that noone and nothing got broken! The girls started playing a game called stones (I didn't understand it) but then that got a bit too violent, so I had to tell them to stop and they started playing some sort of skipping games, very interesting!
I haven't taught Earth class yet, and ...
... HAVE I WANT GIVE", smiles the man with the foolish grin, bouncing up to meet his new friend. (Let me get this right - he wants to give me money?). It becomes apparent his word order at least is not up for negotiation.
I try to bargain him down to the book I was given by the Krishna devotee from Kazakhstan who I spoke to earlier in the temple on the hill. "L. I. F. E. C.O.M.E.S. F.R.O.M. L.I.F.E", he reads perfectly, ...
Thursday was a travel and business day, and I didn't take any photos. I stayed at the Bangalore Avanta by Taj, which was very nice, but the traffic woke me up this morning before I wanted to be. The Oberoi was next door, where my colleagues were staying, and it is even more posh, with a serene inner courtyard. But the walk in between hotels was depressing, with trash, disintegrated sidewalks and ...
... snak`s skin in the bag… YAay good Luck \m/
Arvi & arun told AShok to try the stand on water thing again… as he was getting ready…SPLASHHHH!!!Manu ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking