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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... normally beautiful landscaped gardens outside the building are nothing more than a building site at this time. North again from here is Bangalore Palace. Construction began in 1862 and was completed in 1944. It was modelled on Windsor castle. The fee to enter was a bit steep so i settled for just a photo from the outside. From here i walked to Ulsoor lake. Bengaluru has many lakes but i chose to see this one as it was where i was originally going to stay. The perimeter ...
I'm not a melancholically person, but I must confess that I do get homesick sometimes. Don’t get me wrong, I like it here and I do want to stay. But sometimes I just desire home as well. India is great and my internship is cool. So let’s see, what would I miss then?
My family, my friends, my roommates, ROOD, my guinea pig Fluffy, proper Dutch cheese, a coffeemaker, good tea, my hammock, ...
... than 40. They agreed the camp wasn't a good place for a midweek event. Too far. But it was good with those there.
My throat is giving me hassles. Can't decide if it is sore or just always congested and then wears out as I have to talk so much. Maybe I should just be quiet.
After a reasonable night's sleep we arrived in Bangalore where I will be for the weekend. Meetings Friday were good, once again with the LCs and ...
... to feel a bit ill, she says it’s because her belly is going all weird with all the spices and the curries, so we decided to call it a day and head back to the hotel for a rest before tea. To give Alice’s stomach a rest we found a western styled restaurant which was strictly not spicy this went down a treat. Now I’m off out on a mission to come back with some treats whilst Alice sits and relaxes in front of the ...
... Tropicana my ass, every morning getting juice from a street shop for 24 cents is not comparable to anything. I had the experience of going to a butcher shop and seeing the chicken clucking around before it was cooking in a pan at home an hour later.
India can't be described with words, it fills all your senses as you walk the streets and amazes you with new experiences every day. I already know that it won't be easy going back, and dream about staying ...