Hotel Adhi Manor
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... rice, bean sprouts and powdered colours used to paint with and apply the dots on their foreheads. Afterwards we went into a sandalwood warehouse type shop where many people were carving designs into the wood to be used for chairs, beds and various furniture. Next was an insense factory, we watched a woman roll a mix of coal, honey and sandalwood oil onto sandalwood sticks. She made around 6000 a day apparently. I sat and had a go but wasn't quite as ...
... is young boys come up to people and spray you with brilliant colors. We wore our oldest clothes as they have to be retired after. It was very funny to be spray bombed by the youth. The colors are meant to represent and celebrate Life's joy. The locals seemed to get a kick out of the two white girls covered in paint. We then found ourselves in the middle of a crazy winding market and got guided by our senses to the flower ...
... 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 ...
... lined main streets but as with all of India lots of litter.
The Palace is quite impressive and was rebuilt in the early 1900's after it was burnt down when a fire got out of hand in the kitchen. Unfortunately one is not allowed to take photos of the interior but I did manage to sneak a few. It is a great mix of British and Indian architecture. Well worth the few hours wandering around.
As usual got totally lost on the way back but eventually ...
... honest guide and we really enjoyed it. Definitely one of the best activities we have done in India. We started at the Memorial hall and worked our way down the the Palace and then to the market where he really showed us the market life and its people. We tried some Mysore Pak, a sweet that was invented by a local man for the king and his family still make it out of the corner sweet store at the market. Its made by grinding chickpeas into a paste and adding sugar ...