Hotel Adhi Manor
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... Hindu worship, with statues presented across many hundreds of years. There is no doubt about it, Madurai is old, but it is also a modern, working Indian city that we got to see without a lot of other tourists. Priceless! Mysore - Palatial, intense incense and sandalwood sawdust As you know, I have now seen a lot of forts, palaces and temples in India, however, I have not tired of seeing these as each one has its unique draw. Mysore is known for its palaces, ...
... for thick forest. Waterfalls cascaded out of dense jungle. Eventually the road-side city sprawl returned and never seemed to leave. Endless advertisements, multi-storey buildings packed with small businesses and the dusting of plastic bags. A few hours into our trip the bus pulled into a graveyard for other buses. Wheel-less buses with ripped open engines were packed together in this dusty plot of land. I got out to stretch my legs just as our bus drove up onto ...
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Our driver informed us that tonight being the eve of new year celebrations for the Hindus, that the actual Royal Palace in Mysore, was having a light festival. Off we go to witness yet again another " words fail me" experience. Once again, have a look at the pictures. We were also given some access to behind the scenes by the local police. A long story about this and best not told publicly. Best just to say that just ...
... cultural but the taste wasn't nice. We then walked to the government silk emporium that is highly renowned as the best quality silk in Karnataka. He bought a scarf for his mum. We wandered around more bazaars and shops before arriving at the post office where Sam realised his money pouch was gone. Cue panic. The police station was our first stop and potentially the most frustrating situation of our ...
... first built a palace in Mysore in the 14th century, it was demolished and constructed multiple times. The current palace construction was commissioned in 1897, and it was completed in 1912 and expanded later around 1940."
From Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amba_Vilas _Palace
It really is a wonder and not surprising that it is one of the top Indian tourist attractions after the Taj Mahal. It is ...