The Park Bangalore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... co-workers, Aaron and Staci. Aaron is not a small man and when checking in for his Emirates flight, asked if there was a seat with extra leg room. Somehow he was able to get himself and Staci checked into business class. When I checked in, I asked if I could sit near my coworker. This is when I was informed I could pay $1,000 to get the upgrade… I passed. Then, my name got called on the PA before boarding and a little gift was handed to me J. ...
... And now we are off to the Nandi Bogandeshwara Temple. This temple is 1200 years old and full of beautiful carvings. Smita attempts to explain the system of Gods in the Hindu religion but I confess it's all quite confusing. What I do gather, however, is that there are three main gods which are called the trinity and they are responsible for creation, balance and destruction. Oh I hope I got that right, I'm a terrible student. The gods can also change their appearance so they ...
... didn't need but were so cool I had to get them. We also found a Krispy Kreme donuts place which reminded me of when I lived in the US so I was pretty excited to see they had a store in the mall. When it finally came movie time we headed to the IMAX part of the theatre. So much security to go through and we had chocolate taken off us....sad. We found that when we go in there and the movie was announced everyone pushed ...
Arrived in hot and sunny Bangalore, and my first experience on the roads began, rather than the African Massage we endured when in Kenya, they have a special form of Indian Massage! the idea of roadworks is interesting. Due to shady funding and stuff like that, a flyover in the middle of Bangalore has been stopped in the middle of construction... this means that to get round the "roadworks" people just casually go off-road, its ...
Seatbelt not an Option
I slowly dig the fingers of my right hand into the rice that sits on my plate, feeling the texture and its moisture as I mix it with the curry sauce, scoop it up with the tip of my fingers and use my thumb to push it into my mouth. This has become the daily routine, as has walking two miles to school and back, and pre-partying at seven and going out to clubs and bars at eight every other day. There always seems to be a new club or party to ...