Travel Blogs from Bangalore
... Loomba, Director of ECO Car Services. I learned, from the second I landed in India, how crazy driving in India is. There are thousands of people on motorcycles and motorbikes, the cars swerve from the left lane to the right non stop, and there's a constant sound of car horns beeping. Because of the crazy conditions of driving, travelers to India cannot drive themselves around. We learned from Aditya that the golden rule is that "the product is not the ...
... br> Tips for Travellers : When visiting the wildlife park
Follow the rules, for e.g., do not walk around if you are not permitted to do so
Wear clothes in shades of brown and green as they are less disturbing to the environment
Avoid wearing perfumes and do not smoke in restricted areas.
Animals are extremely weary of the human voice. Don’t make noise, don’t play music and please don’t honk car horn.
... always full of life, fun and creativity. There are a couple of young things from Australia and Italy doing the primary modeling and Raul, the coolest Indian guy I have ever met taking the shots. Not what was we imagined the last day. So as we spend our last hours here we are forever grateful for this opportunity and our wonderful life! Epic ...
many more ……can describe I could only feel it …as I enjoyed …….
And from there we moved to the Lamb’s rock and Dolphin Nose ….
And few shooting spots … hope on and off rain and clouds were so moody at the suicide
point ….. Were enjoyed the Nature’s blessings and at the shooting spots we shot
some Pics ….. To become the Hero of the ...
... to acknowledge them. The children here are very excited to see us too... and always ask to take pictures if we have our cameras out. But then... you get the beggars. Women with small babies will come up to you, or your rickshaw(in stopped traffic), with an empty bottle trying to get money to feed it. Children will come up to you and pull on your shirt trying to get you to pay attention to them and give them money too... but in India, this is all ...