Sterling Suites Residency Road

Address: 8 Hayes Road Cross, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560025, India | Villa
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This villa, located in the Richmond Town area of Bangalore, is near Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Mahatma Ghandi (MG) Road, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, and Athirampally Waterfalls.
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    A Colourful, Chaotic Culture!

    A travel blog entry by shannond on Jun 03, 2015

    4 comments, 28 photos

    ... our office is run here compared to back home. Indians start their work day around 10am or so and the office really gets busy by noon. We also found out we have a different tolerance for heat as Aaron, Staci and myself were hot in the afternoon and when Aaron asked the attendees to put their hands up if they were warm, none did. Clearly just the white kids in the room didn’t get the memo.

    This morning we did a walking tour through ...

    From school to school

    A travel blog entry by anand.soni on Mar 28, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... asking questions. It got hard to leave sometimes. A lot of the times the classrooms are too small for the big amount of children. It’s normal to keep 40-50 children in a space of about 20m2. Sometimes there are no tables and chairs, electronics like computers and projectors are very rare.

    But there is an alternative. Just little out of town you’ll find an expensive international school. For ...

    Birthday Events

    A travel blog entry by npacadia on Nov 22, 2013

    11 comments, 8 photos

    ... ingredients. They were very tasty.

    We also went to an small organic grocery store where we purchased some dried fruits and various Tulsi teas. This tea is comprised of the herb holly basil which is a medicinal form of the culinary basil we are so familiar with (both are native to the region). In India, holy basil is known as tulsi and the plant is considered sacred. ...

    Marmite for Breakfast=Good Day!

    A travel blog entry by elliepreece on Mar 01, 2013

    1 photo

    ... hear the drums! It reminded me of the 12th July marches that I saw in Belfast, although this parade was much more colourful :)

    After lunch I sat through 2 sets of remedial teaching, and I honestly can say that I have a new found respect for the teachers at my school. To keep 2 children interested was hard enough for me, let alone trying to keep a whole class on task. The first two girls were more difficult, as they seemed to be very good friends and this ...

    Seatbelt Not an Option

    A travel blog entry by gonzalogirado on Jan 26, 2012

    ... vertiginous ascent. The effort was rewarded by having a great view of all the waterfalls in the surrounding area.

    The descent was pretty much uneventful, and as we were driven back home I was complete with feeling of satisfaction of finally being able to see what I came for in India. Bangalore can be suffocating with all of its noise, movement, pollution and overpopulation and this was a perfect break from this cycle.

    Two days after visiting the waterfalls a few ...