Laika Boutique Stay

51/24, Richmond Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560025, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Richmond Town area of Bangalore, is near Mahatma Ghandi (MG) Road, Caruggi District, Tipu Sultan Fort and Palace, and Dolceacqua.
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    Halfway through India!

    A travel blog entry by mark.lockyer91 on Apr 19, 2014

    ... s just say it didn’t go well and I had to get a spoon. If I didn’t stick out already, eating off a leaf with a spoon sure helped.

    During the weekends I try to explore a bit and try some new things. I booked onto a bicycle tour where they take you to the outskirts of Bangalore and you ride in a group on some quiet roads and see some awesome views of the city (well, from the website). Unfortunately it got cancelled as some people pulled out last minute so there ...

    Summer Enrichment Camp Test Day

    A travel blog entry by elliepreece on Apr 29, 2013

    ... why she wasn't working, but as soon as I walked away from the classroom she suddenly managed to complete nearly all of the paper. We had problems where some of the papers had mistakes on them, or they weren't clear in what the students were meant to be doing. We had one student cause lots of trouble for the whole test and eventually he had to be sat on his own in the corridor so that he wouldn't disturb anyone else!

    Eventually we were told that Maths had to ...

    Field trip!

    A travel blog entry by bengalurubrit on Aug 08, 2012

    45 photos

    ... took me to a sea bass farming area and explained how they developed sea bass farming. It involves three stages, during which you have to separate the fish in different sizes; otherwise the larger fish will eat the smaller ones.

    Overall, here are some of my conclusions based upon the people I talked to (these do not necessarily represent everyone’s perspective):

    1) Aquaculture in this area of India has been well received and supported by the community, but ...

    19) Shivanasamudra: (28/8/10)

    A travel blog entry by karthikprabhu03 on Jan 01, 2011

    ... gt;Royal Enfield Thunderbird > Apache150 >Pulsar .

    PLANN:It was 7 days since the last trip….. we wanted to hit the road. & hit big this time!! Last time it was ...

    Holy Cow...

    A travel blog entry by arolland on Oct 02, 2010

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... getting rave reviews from the NY Times etc, and do a lot of worldwide tours. Their founder was a very famous Indian dancer named Protima Gauri. She had the vision for Nrityagram but was killed in a Himalayan avalanche in 1998. I believe it is her family that continues on with the vision of Nrityagram.

    The drive took an hour and a half, and my driver for the weekend was named Dhananjaya, who was *awesome* and I have been ...