Mango Hotels, Bangalore - Koramangala II
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... is continuous. With 8.5 m living here it's a moveable feast.
Today I visited The Art of Living Ashram. I had no idea what I would find and after a few false starts and being witness to a wedding I had a full body relaxation massage ($33). It was a fantastic experience especially the lying down on a wooden rack with heat coming from underneath. I also visited the Ashram, a tall white circular building with descending rows and red cushions for reclining on. I had ...
... columns, and grand looking. The main entrance to the Vidhan Soudha is topped by the three Ashoka lions.
Having snapped a few pictures, I got back in the car and we headed off towards M.G. Road (Mahatma Gandhi Road), which is the main shopping district in Bangalore and where you are almost guaranteed to find other tourists roaming the souvenir shops. We had lunch in a restaurant close by to MG Road as we were all pretty hungry by then. I had a thali ...
... about it being 'not a tourist city' which usually means it's a dump...but it has taken me by surprise and is actually a nice modern, clean city with lots to do!
After spending about an hour trying to find our hotel (it's down a bit of a back alley to say the least) we explored the large park in the centre of the city, and went to see several impressive buildings that house the law courts and government offices, contending with ...
... we were completely full, had spoken to everybody who seemed to want to speak with us, and were getting to the point where we had seen what there was to see. Rajah and Deepa still hadn't made it down for food yet, so we asked what we should do and where we should go. We were instructed to head to Rajah's room and wait. As soon as I got up there, I changed out of the sari into my super-comfy pjs, took the jasmine flowers out of my hair, and got ready to wait. I fell asleep ...
... much. So Peace Child hires a room in the building and we provide crafts, games and just attention to the boys. It‘s difficult to put into words the general feelings due to the boys actually being happy charismatic and so kind to each other when actually they have been through more than any of us could imagine. The hardest part the other interns and I have found is the how helpless we are as the problem of children run aways in India runs much deeper and can only ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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