Moving to Bangalore

#1 Aug 2nd, 2014, 21:29
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Aug 2014
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Am moving to bangalore and i have a lot of questions on my mind

1. Accommodation - Is Richmond Town a decent location to live in? Is the place safe....since i am moving is imperative. And i have been reading of whatever is happening with women/kids/young girls...its scary...What other places can one look at?
2. Is it easy to find a driver and help? How much would a driver cost me monthly and likewise ?
3. Anything interesting for kids to do? My son is 10 and thinks he is a grown up....anything to keep him occupied when he comes to visit.
4. Are there any groups or clubs one can join....i dont really know anyone in Bangalore.

More questions, lets say .....these were just a kickstart

Any help is welcome
#2 Aug 2nd, 2014, 22:27
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Kerala - India
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Dear Geevee,

In My opinion, Richmond Town is not a bad place to live in. I never lived there, But I had some chances to be there with my friends during 2012-13. It was a Posh area, and it has all the modes and cones of a sophisticated township. It depends on the people and friends we encircle with.

I understand the problem that you stated here, the issue happened with the Kid, That was really really cruel. But remember that it was just a case happened and if we fear of the situation it is really impossible to live in any place in the globe. We read issues happening in other countries as well, do we not go to work there? we still go to that places. The same way Bangalore is also having good as well as bad circles.

Problems exist in all over the globe, and to the people around you and me. Even I have issues, and because of that kind of issues, I came across this website and now I have a lot of people to communicate with. We never can run away from the society, There will be good as well as bad people, but remember either they give us good time to remember or a good lesson for the life time.

That is what I have learned over years of life.
Thank you and Move forward with Courage.

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