Hotel Kannika International
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... to ask a guy for directions he was heading that way and gave us a lift in his car. When we arrived everything was still closed but a rickshaw driver told us the market area not far away was open where we could get some breakfast. He said he would drop us there for free if we went into a couple of his mates shops first as he gets commission. Having nothing else to do we decided to humour him and went ...
In the morning, we met with Amadeus which is the major GDS in India (61% marketshare). GDSs entered the Indian market in the mid nineties. Nowadays, Amadeus has 11 offices in South India and about 750 people working. We were told that most TAs in India are not IATA licensed, hence, not eligible to issue tickets. Therefore, they compliment this service via another IATA licensed agency. Moreover, we were taught that the GDS in India only covers ...
... been at least 4 months since I’ve been in a place like this, and I’m unhappy.
Thus is the tone of our Bangalore. Our guide, Sunny’s wife Philo, had nothing planned ahead of time. We’re literally asking the bus driver what the good sights are in both cities to see where we should go. These are the types of problems I feel would probably be avoided if we had another 6 kids with us. However, our group is small, and this is a tiny piece of ...
Landing back in India at Bengaluru (I love this name) International
Airport, quiet, lazy and hot, just as soon as one arrives you know you are in a different place on planet earth to any other. As we met Casper our local host and old friend who came to kindly pick us up from the airport, quite a hike in the traffic out of Bengaluru and who still has ...
... some American kid ninja movie, but really, I wanted to see some Indian tv. In general, the shows seemed to be half in English and half in something I didn't understand. While watching a new program, I was amused that the subtitles didn't even match the English that was spoken. Overall, I found the Indian tv a bit confusing. I was also a little upset at the ads. All of the people in the ads were ...