Expat clubs in Bangalore

Expat Clubs in Bangalore

Bangalore is home to more than 10,000 expats. The biggest challenge when you move to a new country is to make new friends. We may not have connections from school and college for us to…

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beaches in Costa Rica

10 Best Beaches in Costa Rica

You might have heard people talking about Costa Rica. Known for their fab beaches, nightlife, happy society and low cost of living, Costa Rica has long been an enticing expat destination, with many North Americans…

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The Indian Kitchen

If you want to experience the most popular dishes from anywhere in India, this may be the place for you. Vinil and I stopped in for the soft opening of this Bangalore restaurant, and were…

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Ahmedabad

Traveling in Ahmedabad, India

Traveling in Ahmedabad India in the western state of Gujarat is a step back in time, with it’s historical momuments, It is also known as the home state of the current Indian Prime Minister (Modi),…

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Palolem Beach in Goa

There are many beaches in India, though Palolem Beach in Goa India is my favorite to date. It provides elevated beach huts with a balcony overlooking the surf, lots of restaurants and bars on the…

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Traveling in Rajastan

With the two main cities of India — Delhi and Mumbai (Bombay) — to the east and west, and the great Himalayas to the north, traveling in Rajasthan  is a journey into beautiful scenery and…

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Guide to Bangalore

An Expat’s Guide To Bangalore

Though renamed to Bengaluru, the locals and foreigners alike still mostly refer to it as Bangalore. It’s popularity began to rise in the 1980s as a hub for IT services, mostly outsourced at the time,…

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Significance of Maha Shivaratri?

In devotion to Lord Shiva, Maha shivaratri is celebrated annually by Hindus all over the world.  It is observed either on the 13th night or on the 14th day of Phalguna every year. The festival falls between…

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Garden City To Garbage City? The Growing Garbage Crisis in Bangalore

An agreement was signed in 2005 between Bangalore and Mandur village in Hoskote, agreeing to dump the city’s garbage in the village of Mandur for a year, but it was persistent for almost a decade….

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