Bangalore is largely a military fort. There's military stuff everywhere. I walked by here on my first day in town.
There are some really nice middle to upper middle class homes (with big walls around them).
This is the entrance to my hotel.
This is the lobby of my hotel.
This is one of the restaurants in my hotel.
Back of the hotel.
Motorized rickshaw. They don't really fit three people in the back very well.
Two of the guys I'm working with and a guy from the hotel. Try to guess which ones are Roger and Michael.
View from inside my taxi on the way to work.
I love that they used the word "touts".
They had some amazing carvings in this store. I bought my elephant here, but it's a more "traditional" western elephant.
This was in the store where we went to buy Pashminas.
I don't know what a horologist is.
You can buy Mein Kampf (in English) in Bangalore. Charming.
No idea what this fruit was, but saw several people selling it on the street.
Horse & buggy in the Bangalore traffic.
Giant fan palm.
This was a HUGE fan palm.
Bangalore traffic. There's tons of it and everyone is really enamored with their horns.
Folks on a scooter