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Travel Blogs from Mysore
... flower market, half of which sells - you guessed it- flowers and the older selling fruit and veg, kitchen wear, dyes etc etc. a massive assault on your senses, quite overwhelming in the heat of the late afternoon. But a wonderful place to spend some time. Ty use the flowers mainly for religious offerings, where they make them into garlands which you can buy by the length, also many ladies have then in their hair. You must not smell the flowers as ...
... again, I know this day trip was awesome, but there was no way it would have been half as fun if I didn't have the other 12 people in our group with me. We laughed at our own stupid jokes, complained about the heat, and jumped with excitement (see pictures) and overall had an amazing time. I wish we could've gone on a longer excursion that lasted more than a day, but I shouldn't complain because Mysore was beautiful and I had a really, really good time :)
... the growls become barks, I have crossed the line, I have gone too far. I feel scared and they know it. I speed up my pace to get through faster and the dogs follow me showing me their bare teeth. When they get too close I turn around and face them, stomping my feet and looking at them defiantly; they have been taught through sticks and stones that biting people has consequences, so they stop their display of teeth as I finally get out of their territory.
I meet Paulo ...
What lie in? 7.30 up with the lark, map in hand, Kitty and Em do sightseeing alone. Mysore market is meant to be the most beautiful in India and we weren't disappointed. Everything from Silk to Sandalwood. After meandering through the market Ems was after her usual black fix which was taken at the uber trendy Cafe Coffee where the Kitty Travel Agency opened for business - planning our Christmas Day destination. The third call struck gold - ...
... A dog next door barks anytime someone drives by, and there’s some kind of bird in the coconut tree across the way that chirps non-stop for hours, like a squeaky fan. It drives me nuts in a way the sirens of Chicago never did, but of course, at home I can close my windows and blast the air conditioning. Not here.
Everything here is just a bit different compared to home. The oranges are green, limes are yellow, ...
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