Filling a Drumlin-Sized Gap

This is almost the last post from my home in Bangalore. The packers were here yesterday.
removal van

And there are gods and flowers on the car dashboard to protect travellers.
gods and jasmine
If you are still keen to hear about life in Bangalore, and you need something to fill the drumlin-sized gap, I recommend clicking through to these blogs.

Bangalore Blogs

The author of Kittie’s Vindaloo moved to Bangalore recently. Read on to see if the city lives up to her expectations, somewhere between the sublime and the ridiculous.

All kinds of Bangalore subjects are covered by Bangalore – Nature and Life, not least the local birds, bugs, wild boars and squirrels.

For more birds, go to Residual Thoughts.

And I must plug the blog written by my friend Helen, who moved from England to California, and then to Bangalore. She writes about the exotic and the school bus on Towers Take a Trip.   Get there quick, before she too leaves Bangalore.

Other Blogs on WordPress with Indian Connections

Read about Mumbai as seen through the eyes of a longterm expat: Everyday Adventures in Asia.

If I can’t sleep on the distant drumlin because it’s too quiet, I may replay the recordings of Bangalore sounds on World Listener.

Random Recommendation of another Blog

Nothing to do with India, just high-quality photos of Canadian wildlife presented with a high-quality sense of humour: Krahnpix.


11 Comments Add yours

  1. It’s the end of an era…
    Where next???


  2. Karolyn Cooper says:

    Now that is a very good question. For the boxes in that truck, it’s Chennai, then a ship, then Belfast.


  3. Helentowershelentowers says:

    Karolyn, Thanks for the mention -Hoping to see lots of pics of a Christmas London form Drumlin in the not too distant. Will miss the blog and you of course. Happy Repatriation


    1. Karolyn Cooper says:

      Hope my readers follow you to Pushkar!


  4. Good list! Wish I’d had this back a few months ago when we were planning our trip. Still, there have to be some surprises.

    Can’t believe the packers have come and gone! Best of luck with the move.


    1. Karolyn Cooper says:

      Thank you. So far, so good, with the move. Have a Merry Australian Christmas!


  5. Thank you. Good luck with the next chapter of your life.


    1. Karolyn Cooper says:

      Thank you. Enjoy the Bangalore climate! Last week I was walking on sunshine, and swimming in the outdoor pool. London right now is dark from 4.30pm to 7.30am. I wish I could have packed the Indian sunshine (without the mosquitoes and ants).


  6. Lyle Krahn says:

    Thanks for the shout out! High quality humour is high praise.


  7. Karolyn Cooper says:

    I hope Distant Drumlin’s readers find their way to your hawks and bison and bears. There’s something great about sitting in tropical India, reading blogs about snowy Canada.


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