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... a busy junction of traffic, clothes and orange sellers. The nearby indoor market puts UK equivalents to shame with huge fresh produce - aubergines, watermelons, large sweet gooseberries, okra, chillies, ginger, corridors housing all sizes of bananas, baskets of herbs and heaps of coloured spices.
Dinner is at the home of local restauranteur Rajam, where his mischievous three-year-old daughter entertains us while ...
... shoes before entering. I asked if this was a cultural thing, but it wasnt. It was just a way for them to preserve the original stones on the floor. We then saw St. Philomena's Church. This was a beautiful church where we observed a prayer service.
We ended our amazing eventful day at the beautiful Brindavan Gardens and the Royal Orchid Luxury Hotel. There we met Raj Subba, ...
... Last night the driver convinced us that he knew both places like the back of his hand but in actual fact it was evident that he had never been to either place, stopping to ask for directions every 5 minutes. Anyway, it was a 3 hour drive to Seringapatam where we stopped to check out the Tipu Sultan palace and fort walls which features in the Sharpe books Michael loves. From there we drove for another ...
... built to commemorate either the first or second Anglo-Mysore victory. We also visited the Mysore Palace and saw the few halls or rooms which are open to public view. The Palace was given to the Indian government at some point in time and it is now operated as a museum by the Indian government. It is a spectacular Palace, though the management by the government is not particularly well done, as seems to ...
... stroll through the market. What a sensory overload of smells, sights, sounds and taste. All the stall holders are shouting out their wares. The smell of incense, fruit and cooking food is overwhelming. There are piles of flowers, beautiful fresh fruit and vegetables and piles of coloured powders used in festivals. Stalls selling an assortment of incredible sweet delicacies, others selling pots, household utensils and knives. Jewelry stores from cheap plastic ...