St Mark's Hotel
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Yesterday the Sari salesman told us that it was Republic day today and there would be a parade. We hadn't seen any promotion of this but after an Internet search we found out that this would take place at the end of the street we were on. The hotel confirmed this and after breakfast we went in search. Initially we were outside the main arena but …
... do, certain challenges they face and how they try to overcome them. Indian travellers are all about the personalized service. If I was helped out by Agent A this time, I only want to speak to Agent A when I call the next time. Simar also told us a bit about GPMO's involvement with certain projects they had done in the past. This is where I was all ears (even more so than before) because I could hear a GPMO success story first hand.
One of the biggest challenges of this internship is that there is no program. I am one of the first students of my faculty to come here, and because of that I am also responsible for creating an internship for future students. Since a school is the best option for teaching internships. My colleagues and I went from school to school.In the first week we visited three; you can find the story in the other entry. But we ...
... is a holiday that seems to be widely celebrated in Bangalore (the majority of Christians live in southern India).
We’ve had the pleasure of attending three Christmas concerts over this holiday season, all of which were conducted in English.
In mid-December, we attended the Christmas concert at the Canadian International School with our apartment ...
... Muthathi, where you can halt. Besides if you have own vehicle you can halt at hanuman temples on the way and go to bheemeswari (5kms).
What is there to see
Muthathi is surrounded by hills from all sides. While going from Sathanur the road goes down steep with sharp bends from the hills 5 kms before Muthathi and again climbs up ...