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Volunteering In Mysore

by NoahUK

Hi all,

I was wondering if anybody knows about any orphanage or place to volunteer in Mysore for 2-4 weeks from the 11th-12th February.

I'm also looking for accomodation, so any suggestions will be very much appreciated.

By the way, what vaccinations do I need before entering Indian grounds? I intend to travel up to the North of the country later on.

Many thanks


RE: Volunteering In Mysore

by bt_karthik


iam from mysore, currently in bangalore. Why is that you wanna do work in mysore? there is a old age home that i used to visit. What exactly are you looking to do? There are a lot of places in bangalore where lot of foreigners come n help.

Regarding your other question, u dont need any vaccination- this is not africa.

RE: Volunteering In Mysore

by pradee555

Hi Noah,

Thanks for ur interest in volunteering in mysore.....I am associated with an orphanage for kids and its also has few old ppl..u can visit the website and ge the details and jeny (who runs this orphanage)
will definitely help u
if u need to no anything more u can write to me

Travel Tips for Bangalore

Great south Indian food

by sam_decroos about Lots of 'em

Bangalore is a place where u would find all kinds of cusines right from the local masala dosas to the Pizzas to the hot n spice chinese cusine...if ur a pizza lover there r a number of places like pizza hut, Dominos.....if u like continental food...then theres a ocean of continental restaurants here....there r too many to list....rice bowl would be a good pick...u also find some mexican, thai and other restaurants too...the costs again range from place to place....if u would eat in a 5-star hotel then it may cost u like easily about $20....u may find a buffet if ur lucky...If u happen to eat in a kinda fast food place or a small restaurant it would cost u as less as a quarter If ur tryin a south indian dish...then masala dosa would be a tasty option.
If ur tryin some continental food then some sea food will be worth tasting

Bustling Bangalore

by GK2005

Bangalore, the capital city of the state of Karnataka, is a bustling metropolis known more for its software centers than anything else. Its also a very crowded city that has grown leaps and bounds in the last decade. Bangalore has paid a big price for its development in terms of congestion on the road, the rise in pollution, the lessening of greenery and more. Once a city that was so greenish with an abundance of trees, today it looks more barren with broadening roads and tall buildings making real estate a very valuable commodity. Though the city is still a good place to visit, it has lost its charm of yore paving its way towards being a more commercial city than a place for vacation.

Bangalore is a very diversified metropolis. Its almost like a western city in that you come across people from all walks of life. Most of Bangalore's development is because of the success of information technology companies that are based here. They have created a lot of high paying jobs which has resulted in Bangalore becoming one of the fastest developing cities of India, not to mention being one of the more costlier cities to live too. Vehicular traffic on the roads have increased so much in the past few years that its almost beyond belief. Driving is NOT recommended in this city unless one knows the city inside out and can also navigate through the almost lawlessness of the traffic. Unfortunately, Bangalore is also not very well connected by public transportation. There are buses that ply through the city connecting important points, however these are very crowded and finding one's way through is a bit difficult. The other means of transportation in Bangalore and by far the most used is by auto-rickshaws. These are three-wheeled covered vehicles that can accomodate upto 3 adults on the back seat. It does take you from place to place but be prepared for a harrowing ride as it wends and weaves through the traffic like a serpent. The prices are reasonable as long as the meter is turned on. There are no intra-city trains in Bangalore and so the choices of transportation unlike other major metros in India, are quite limited here.


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