Mango Hotels, Bangalore - Koramangala II
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... them can still be difficult because of their accents). We are clearly the only non-Indians in the building, but everyone has been very friendly. One of our neighbors, Priya, actually lived with her family for many years in the US (Florida), and she’s been especially helpful and outgoing. Having her as a resource about local customs, shopping, transportation, word pronunciations, etc., has been invaluable.
Arrived in Bangalore about 3 am and after every thing was said and done got to my hotel room around 5:30 am. There was no particular slow up in fact the customs check-in was fast and efficient just a lot of people on a 747 and another flight seems to have arrived at same time. So just a lot of folks to go through immigration. I now I have my first stamp from India. The airport was an airport not real large looked like it only had a large duty-free show and coffee shop ...
... park is half normal theme park and half full on water park! We were however met by a rather cautious worker who said the park was quite full and we may have to queue for rides so would we like to come back tomorrow... How bad could it be we thought and proceeded in..
It actually turned out to be "every school in india’s trip to wonder la day" as the park was packed every child from 8 to 18! The funny thing was though is that ************e ...
... clear as we sat down. The way the food there works is you sit down at the next empty table. As soon as the row is filled, they walk up the aisle and feed everybody. Then, people start at the next table over, etc, until the last is filled and being fed. By that time, the first table has been emptied, cleaned, and is ready to start the cycle all over again. Because the table is the width of only one place setting, the servers can just plop the food ...
... I thought that Varun could come into the building with me but they are very strict in India and allow only passengers to enter the airport.
So we had a final lunch with pani pouri and then said good bye.
My flight had a delay of about 1 hour so that I missed my last MRT train in Singapore and had to take a taxi instead. Still okay as I felt quite tired and taxis are pretty cheap.
All in all I had a very nice week in India and hope to return soon after my graduation.