The Chancery Pavilion
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to Bangalore where we had dinner at a BBQ buffet. All-you-can-eat for £6 including some exotic meat (Emu, Quail), fish, prawns, chicken and rabbit skewers. For the main course there were the usual range of veg and non veg curries, rice, noodles, breads etc. plenty of puddings and ice creams, fruit and ...
... like a released prisoner to a throng of eager faces often with flower garlands in hand! -- India is a country of extreme contrasts that novelists like Kipling were fascinated by and further dramatized for British Empire subjects in the past -- I hope I am simply conveying the reality, often more fantastic than fiction!
Impressively, Sis was up by 9 AM and we went off to visit Aunt, Uncle, and cousins that morning. In the afternoon, went shopping ...
... on any Bangalore-Kanakapura bus. Apart from the huge attractive statues on the temples, the next beautiful attraction of the temple is the garden. The garden has beautiful grass lawn and excellent collection of various plants. There are various activities in the temple like annadana (free ...
... helpful. Sid took me on a long neighbourhood walk checking out Sony service centres, markets, beer stores, Macdonalds, a gelato joint, internet cafes and much more. Later that evening had an interesting North Indian Thali at a nearby vegetarian recipe. I clumsily tried to use only my right hand because the left hand is used for "washroom activities".Today i had a somewhat exhausting full day tour ...
Last weekend I had the honour of staying with the family of a friend from school at their home on the other side of the city. It's always nice to see how real people live in the places you’re visiting…and it was pretty lucky to find a connection this far from home! My friend’s aunt and college-aged cousin live in a beautiful old stucco home just outside the Bangalore Palace, one of the former strongholds of the Kingdom of Kingdom. ...