Sri Lakshmi Comforts

#117 M.G. Road | Anil Kumble Circle, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Richmond Town area of Bangalore, is near Mahatma Ghandi (MG) Road, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Athirampally Waterfalls, and Caruggi District.
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    A travel blog entry by nat0wens on Aug 24, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... Demonstrating the art of utilising locally available resources such as fabrics and materials to create new products. It was also a chance to promote Lilani and SEDS and raise awareness of its sustainability ventures including its “Eco-tourism” farm stay, which already attracts many a weary souls from the cities to rest and rejuvenate while also learning about the rural lifestyle and its benefits. Fundamentally this day for me represented the art and benefits of ...

    Rest stop and shopping

    A travel blog entry by liamandsam on Dec 03, 2013

    1 photo

    ... Just another thing that has really wowed me in India is the styles of curry - so many and I'll have to try repeat them at home. The next day we headed to another mall - after checking out an IT store. At this mall there happened to be a movie theatre and IMAX in English so we decided what the hell lets go to a movie. First we went shopping and had dinner at the mall and I spent a bit of money on kitchen utensils ...

    What Makes a Tourist?

    A travel blog entry by gdtessageo on Feb 10, 2013

    6 photos

    So, one thing that I think the 3 of us had prepared ourselves for, was the enormously strong likelihood that we would be stared at. A lot. We knew we would not be somewhere even remotely closed to the United States in respect to diversity. All the research online, in books, etc, told us the same thing: visitors stick out like sore thumbs.

    Tessa and Gabe definitely had their fair share of stares. Some gave conspicuous glances, while others shamelessly followed them with ...

    The City of Colors

    A travel blog entry by gonzalogirado on Jan 16, 2012

    25 photos

    ... looking short Indian that was apparently speaking to me in English, but I was completely unable to understand. There was a misunderstanding about the visa, and with the communication barrier it took about five minutes to resolve and I was given for the first time the Indian head nod. I was completely unaware of what it meant, or how to react to it. Instead of being a straight forward yes or no motion he shook his head in a way that seemed to say maybe, or as if ...

    Bangaluru Airport

    A travel blog entry by annickap on Jun 16, 2010

    ... some interesting conversations considering I don't speak any Hindi... or Kannada... or Telugu... or any other South Indian language). As I got in the car, I kept on telling myself that I was in India but it felt unreal. It seemed I had been talking about going to India for so long - and now, 30 hours, 4 glasses of Champagne, 3 French movies, and many copies of Le Figaro later, I had finally ...