Travel Blogs from Bangalore
... were pretty decent and Willem even ended up buying something so it was worth our while. We agreed to visit one more shop with him after he gave us some rupees for breakfast. Once we had eaten we wandered back to MG road, found a coffee shop and sat chilling until Kazuki showed up. It was good to catch up over several more coffees before having a wander round the malls. There wasn't much to see or do, it was ...
... at least 5 copies of each for 3 weeks journey. However it's easy to find a photocopy in every street.
If you carry an iPad or iPhone with you. You can download this blog as a pdf and read it offline.
makemytrip.com is where I booked my tickets. IndiGo is good for domestic flights and Jet Airways is good ...
... wealthy area of Bangalore and then after a short meeting we were given the entire day to shop! It was great to have e opportunity to explore on our own and we really had an amazing time! The next day was the same sensational breakfast. We then headed out for a nature walk at a Botanical garden. I had a pretty bad headache so in combination With the heat this was not so fun for me. After we had lunch and it was ...
... chicken) preparation was just as delicious as the delicate Neer-dosaas. Due to extreme hogging, the bloated omnivores were unable to reach the icecream parlour (Ideal Icecreams) in time. The taxi-man charged just 600 bucks for the entire 4 hours, which is rather reasonable for 5 people, and given that my humongous suitcase (and other luggage) was stuffed into the boot of the spacious, comfortable and rather rickety Ambassador.
Returning to the station saw six moonblinked ...
We didn't take the normal or most direct route to Hampi, meaning
that we got to take in some less touristy parts. We got off the main
sleeper train at Guntakal Junction and transferred to the local
routes. This proved to be interesting to say the least, particularly as
we were back to travelling in the unreserved carriages which are always
really overcrowded and become a free for all - difficult when you're
carrying a massive backpack! ...