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... led in to the inner sanctum where we sat down and were given a perfume demo. Sandalwood, water lilly (against mosquitoes), and jacaranda, which I bought, firstly because I liked the smell, and then because it gets rid of wrinkles! Then we were served tea, curiously tasting stuff, which Janey declined, and then the hard sell re sandalwood started. Expensive stuff, but nice. I finally haggled down the price to something reasonable and bought 20 ml of that as ...
... up and up and up and up until we couldn’t go any further. At the top of the hill there were more colorful shops than I’d ever seen before, the Chamumdeshwari Temple, cows, more cows, throngs of people, local women wearing vibrant saris, fruit stands, monkeys, and more cows. It was a celebration for the senses and I fought to take it all in.
Throughout elementary school I was obsessed with monkeys and was thrilled when we encountered monkey after monkey ...
... some pretty fine pakoras and samosas.
It was surprisingly quiet once every one settled in. We woke up just a little before the train landed in Bangalore. We then waited 4 hours for our connection to Mysore. The hours actually passed quickly as the people watching was very full. There must have been 15 different platforms, which caused us a ...
... Off I went out after taking some rest. First stop – Palace. At around 1 pm, there were a few hundred thousand people around the Palace area. The gates were to be opened at 2. Change of plan – started driving for KRS – Krishnarajasagar Dam and adjacent Brindavan Gardens. It was a 1 hour long drive, the road wasn’t too bad, but nothing to mention about either. Was a little tired when I reached. The dam was a massive structure, there ...
... palace and took another tuk tuk, the driver took us to the Chamundi Hill to see the Sri Chamundeswari Temple, a bull god named 'Nandi'. Pilgrims are encouraged to walk the 1,000 steps but we felt we had our pilgrimage fill at Adams Peak. Then the Brindavan Gardens which, if i remember correctly, has a magnificent atrium and a big arnival of flowers, but alas it is not the season, and there is only an empty atrium shell. The driver took us down ...