Transit Living - Old Airport Road
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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And so it is a most humbling feeling that I can come somewhere that exhibits such an enormous gap and sit back to actually appreciate the system and history that are the roots of this culture.
Because I also see women driving their own scooters and mini-cars. And women at work, their own work, without their husband. And being hosts on the radio and talking freely about their opinions. I suspect that may be a cultural change from ...
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... year. This trip was followed up with visits to each other's home as well.
Growing with friends is always fun, Traveling with them is more fun for sure. Years later these pictures bring back the nostaligia and fun memories.
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... night train from Bangalore to Hampi.
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