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Our journey around India took us to a new stop today as we flew to Bangalore (it was just a short 50 minute flight). Lauren is starting to feel a better but unfortunately Dan has now been taken ill with similar symptoms.
We're staying in a business type hotel on Brigade Road, one of the main shopping streets right in the centre of the city. I'd read that Bangalore was the most 'modern' ...
Unfortunately, I did not do any cool tricks and I am definitely no spy (or at least no one will ever know), but the group all laughed pretty hard whenever my guest pass today was numbered 007. Today we were able to visit the global calling center for BCD in Bangalore. It is the largest calling center for BCD in the world. This center handles major accounts such as Siemens. Calls come ...
... everything but the Samosa. It was so good I didn't stop long enough to take a picture! This was the best, most authentic food I have had since arriving here. For all three items it was just 60 INR. I thought our bellies were full but then our driver suggested that we have some Indian Sweets. We went a little bit further in the neighborhood and came upon a sweets store.They had a fantastic selection and I chose an apple cake. It was a ...
... in future, we will beat this year's record for sure.
We prefer to have "affordable luxury" theme during our trips, prefer to see the world around us on road and experience as many sights as possible within given time. Offlate photography has been added as a reason for several trips. We have found that travel memories bring lots of nostaligia years down the line. The travelogues would help to remember most of the memories for years to come.
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... were attached yet rotting on their body, a man with a severely enlarged foot to the size of an elephant's, others with growths on their bodies. I was turned off by the constant harassment from local businessmen interested in taking my money.
The lessons I try to take from my time in India are having increased compassion, acceptance, and ...