After an entire day of underdeveloped small towns, dusty roads, and ancient buildings, it was a stark and jarring contrast to arrive at the Kempegowda International Airport. The busy 24-hour airport in Bangalore is as modern as any other and more impressive than Austin’s.
After a long but enjoyable day trip to Mysore, including nine hours of car travel, I was ready to settle down for my flight to Singapore. The week in India was fantastic. The people, the food, and the entire experience were memorable. The unorganized chaos would be tough to handle for long, but for a week, it was exhilarating. And I took a lot of incredible photos.
Singapore is almost the opposite of India in multiple dimensions. It’s small, organized, and ultra-modern. I love both places, but for different reasons. This post ends my India story arc, but I have many photos that I’ve yet to post. There’s a distinct possibility that I might feature individual India photos, from time to time.
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