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... run so low on credit I couldn't withdraw any funds and I needed the Internet banking to top it up. My one final back-up card left was with my Spanish account but I didn't want to use that unless I had absolutely no other options. My psyche around the money had really hit a cynical low point. I had enough to eat with but not enough to pay the hotel bill when it was time to leave in two days.
It wasn't the banks fault. My English bank is very hot ...
... I had a mediocre spring roll and returned the so called "garden salad" because the vegetables were totally dried out and it included no greens. I noticed a great looking sizzler type dish which entails grilled vegetables and / or meat. I'll get that next time, I told myself.
February 22nd to 26th, 2015 - MYSORE
Parklane Hotel 2100Rs/$34
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We boarded the train to Mysore and found our cabin with just one other man in it which gave us time to lock our bags to underneath the seats. We had the top two bunks facing each other so it was cute. Eventually, after a few more stops our cabin filled up so there were 4 people in beds below us and two opposite. It was way better than I expected so managed to get a little sleep. I woke up at 6am convinced we were in Mysore and woke Mike up, turns out we weren't and we had 3 hours to ...
... Ooty was a good change of scenery and climate. As a hill station it was historically a place for the English to escape the extreme heat of India 2000m above sea level. Although still hot in the sun, shade made it cool and it was even chilly at night. Ooty is known for its tea (hill station usually means lots of tea plantations) and chocolate. Of course we were more interested in the latter... Courtesy of the 'lonely *******', as my companion puts it, ...
Mysore is a bustling city which main tourist attraction is the Maharaja's Palace. Tom really wanting to see it so I waiting for him to arrive to go inside. Tom was due to arrive on Sunday but missed his flight in London so didn't make it to Mysore until Monday. So I went around the place on my own for a day. I even tried street food and survived.
Chamundi Hill: to get there I took the bus 201 from City bus station. It is about half an ...