Shreyas Yoga Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsShreyas Yoga Retreat Bangalore
I have never experienced such peace, contentment & joy. The caring and love that is everywhere is beyond description. Incredibly skilled and magical staff. I will return.
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... and the HRG dnata in Dubai) before and we could actually comprehend everything and we knew the right questions to ask. Our hosts were more than generous with their time and knowledge and Joseph did everything to ensure that we got the most value out of our meetings.
Today is our last day in India. Time is flying too ...
... second and third internship.
Outside of the lectures there is a lot of time for informal meetings. I was invited to all the activities, but unfortunately I couldn’t attend all. By joining I got to know other students a little better. By now I had so many good talks that taught me a lot about the people as well as their culture.
I also did a practical at the physics bachelor. They were learning about optics, the subject within ...
... 40-50 Km at SriPerumbadur outside Chennai. We are trying to make it in time for visiting hours to see paternal Uncle in hospital in Chennai. Turns out there is an ordinance prohibiting trucks into Chennai until 10 PM so one of the 3 lane highway is blocked by parked trucks who sometimes also double park leaving only a single lane of the highway free! Yes, crazy! Got to hospital after visiting hours but was ...
... seemed disconnected, and the car ride was smooth, as though he saw coming the abrupt movements of the rickshaw and tractor drivers, pedestrian, cows, trucks, buses, and motocyclists around him. This was my first time riding with Hanif alone. Nirupama, her uncle, cousin and grandma had gone to Chikmagalur for the week-end and with my Delhi Belly, I figured a 6-hour car ride with 5 other people (in a 5 person car) and the hike up the highest mountain in the state and ...
... 10 rupees in Shivajinagar to 25 on St. Mark’s road, and even higher in fancy and tourist restaurants, masala dosas are ubiquitous on a Bangalore morning. But I find them a touch disappointing, often made with stale crepes, woefully short on filling, and delivered cool or even cold when potato really needs to be hot.
There’s also plenty of refreshing beverages on offer. Aside from cool fresh lime juice ordered with less sugar there’s also ...