Heart Happy (cathy_edgett) wrote,
Heart Happy
cathy_edgett

Living in Bangalore -

I am reading The Economist, when I see an attractive ad.  Windmills of Your Mind it says, truly exceptional apartment homes.  The photo is of a table on a deck and looks into an expansive, tasteful kitchen area.  I rarely am invited into ads, but this one - Windmills of the Mind, after all - I enter and learn that the apartment is 5,924 square feet.  There is no price, but it is in Whitefield, Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India. 

It says Total Environment in a way that looks very environmental.  There is a logo between the two words with a blue slash, and then, two green swirls, and an inclusive looking orange cap.   Advertising.  It is what I wrote about today in my morning musing which seemed to be a bit of a rant, and so it is.  Entertainment every way.

If you are thinking of moving to Bangalore, check it out:   http://www.windmillsofyourmind.in/#


What a peaceful sway!   Of course, the pictures of construction show a different picture than the finished product with book shelves lined with books.   How old-fashioned.  I would expect everything to be on-line.
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