ITC Windsor, Bengaluru
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... there continuing to bobble. I can’t even count the number of times I asked someone a question and walked away thinking to myself “ Yep, I have no idea what their answer was.” Lol. One time I asked the hostel if I could extend my stay a few nights. Head bobble. Didn’t quite get it. Asked again. Another head bobble. Still don’t know. Asked a clarifying “so I can stay here again tonight?” Another smile ...
... help fathers to quit drinking, they teach the mothers to write and read. To live up to the excel part of their philosophy they provide extra activities in art, English, sports and science. For students that have trouble with studying or get no food at home, they even keep the school open during holidays.
And this is not without results. A 96% attendance and a dropout rate of less than 1% very, very good, especially with the backgrounds of ...
... have never experienced it that close before. Especially after Dubai, where money seems to lie on the ground, this is a dramatic change.
Back at the hotel we had a little stroll through the restaurant, polo club bar and the garden with a beautifully illuminated pool. The garden, even though it was night, seemed gorgeous – like a jungle. We hit to our room and actually wanted to watch a movie, however, after ten minutes we crashed for the ...
... and some of the team had an opportunity to learn masonry work. This was very enjoyable as we could clearly see the progress that was being made.
However, many more resources had to be brought to the work sites. All the boulders had been moved, we were now moving the cement blocks and sand to each work site. The team members entrusted with this job were amazing. They worked tirelessly ...
... more grief for his choice of wife than he did his career.
“We were married twice, once when we eloped and again for my family,” he grins. “But her family filed a kidnapping charge against me and disowned her.” Not very neighbourly of his in-laws, who lived next door. Years later, Rajesh’s wife is welcome again in her parents household, as are her children. Her husband, however, is still persona non grata. Rajesh seems unfazed. ...