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In Bangalore we had arranged to meet Kazuki, the Japanese guy I had been travelling with who was now studying English in the city. Luckily we arrived on a Sunday - his one day off. It was too early to meet as we'd gotten off the train at 6am so we decided to head to MG road area to have a look around. We started walking thinking it was only a couple of km but it turned out to be more like 10km. Luckily when ...
... process again with new tags. Ho hum. We scour the airport for a restaurant or cafe. There is only one selling help yourself buffet food. Since it is empty we give it a miss (who knows hiw long the food has been standing around here) and pick up some sandwiches. Not great but they will do. We have a few hours in between flights so we settle down to read the newspaper wondering what gems it will have to offer today. With new year imminent, there are quite a few ...
... in Bheemeswari. Although there is no good hotel in Muthathi, you can find a couple of places to take food. Besides you can get chips and cold drinks here. Sathanur is a bigger place having more places to eat, although none of them is of good standard. Kanakapura gives you many good places to eat.
We took south Indian meals at ...
This trip has been an amazing adventure - the best trip to India so far. India is simply magical...hard to explain... This trip more than any of the others, I have been so privileged to be "allowed in" to see, feel and experience more of the true India.
While Rich's work may draw to a close here - I know I will return someday soon. I haven't felt so happy, content and at peace in a long long time.
... It was the landscape - the HUGE grey boulders, sometimes precariously balancing on one another - amidst such fragile and perfectly tendered rice fields that was the best thing for me - so much to take in.
So, my visit ended in Hampi with a Thali by the river (which I ate completely with my right hand... even the rice!), followed by watching the sunset on the steps surrounded by indian children wanting to give me hugs... sweet. Then, it was off to Bangalore on ...