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... out the train system, everyone was recommending we get A/C tickets but they were all booked up for months with big waiting lists so we decided to brave standard class to get up to our next stop - Munnar.
Train journey was . . . ok. It was absolutely packed, Jim got pooed on by a bird in the station - it was huge, warm and smelled like curry - not a good start to a 12 hour journey. A nice man looked after us and made sure we got on the right train. Indian trains are ...
After nearly a week of traveling (to some very rural areas with no internet connection) I am finally back in Bangalore and can update you all about my trip. I realize the following description is very long, but it covers a lot of time and a lot of experiences. I wanted to make sure you got a good picture of my travels. Hopefully you can all get through it. Let me go back to Wednesday, August 1, the day I left Bangalore:
I ordered my bus ticket online ahead of time because I ...
... extent it is a modernised city, but really no different from any other we have visited. In the end they all become amalgamations of each other, busy, noisy, always something going on, all with roads named after Mahatma Ghandi, which does get confusing. There is a nice park which we walked through, but was full of Indian men, either on their lunch break or just on a permanent break, we are not sure which. Found the post office which is ...
... 8217;s – lunch , & Maddur Coffee Day – Coffee On our way Arun stopped all of a sudden and was searchin for somethin… when we enquired to what ...
... Highway (NH-7) just after Devanahalli Town. The whole
area, a magnificient piece of art on a big plateau canvas, the ride and
the fresh air rejuvenating our spirit and soul.
The hill, an
impregnable fort and rest house for Tipu Sultan is most famous for
Tipu's drop, a steep cliff, from which Tipu Sultan threw prisoners to
We took many dangerous chances to stand close to the
cliffs and steep drops, conquering ...