Friday, December 10, 2010

Bangalore, India Trip and the City Market

What an amazing whirlwind of a trip! We spent the first week in Bangaluru (aka Bangalore, India). We saw many wonderful things and ate many amazing dishes! The Bangaluru City Market was by far the most amazing thing I have seen. The colors, the smells, the was fabulous. The market is divided in seperate mini markets...the flower market, fruit market, vegetable market, lamb market, and fish market. The fish market smells were enough to make you lose your lunch, however I did pretty well haha. They were celebratiting Bakrit so there were many lambs being slaughtered while we were there. The people were all very nice and everyone wanted their picture taken and they all posed and then wanted to see the camera screen to see what they looked like. There were wall to wall people and rickshaws..and several times Nelsons Dad (Vali) who took me had to pull me back from the street so I didnt get run over...I was too busy looking at everything and not watching the cars haha. I had an amazing time!

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