The Monarch Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bangalore
... delicious, and everyone is friendly...to think I am here for a month is crazy! This morning, I attended mass at St. Patrick’s Church down the street, which was in English. Masses are the same here as they are in Canada, except that instead of shaking hands for peace, you bow to one another. It was a very pleasant mass, except for the sharp liver pains I had begun experiencing earlier. I am currently waiting for Sr. Lissy to return so I can head over to the ...
... but exciting all the same!
We also visited the following:
- Tipu Sultan's Palace, a nice building but not very grand or palace like at all.
- Jamia Masjid, a nice outside but very simple inside.
- Lalbagh botanical gardens, a nice escape from the busy, dirty and polluted roads.
- MG Road, the main shopping and social area in Bangalore. Lots of high-street shops mixed in with non-brand shops and lots of food options to choose ...
... deers and Macaques. The roads inside Bandipur range had many speed breakers with no signs or visible marks on the roads indicating the hump, and worsens as you reach the TamilNadu border. Bandipur reserve ends in Karnataka-TamilNadu border and the other side of the jungle in TamilNadu is under Mudhumalai National Park area.
A forest guard was collecting ...
... and started relaxing in the water near us… we were a little scared Then Arun threw a stone near it …it turned its head and saw us… we were like “Guru .. u enjoy ...
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Trust Ahura Mazda.