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- Continental Breakfast
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... when I was there, and when I stepped out into the open air again, my ears thanked me.
Basawa then dropped me off at one if the government shops selling Mysore produce. The main exports are silk sarees, and anything made with sandalwood - a tree that apparently has medicinal purposes and, as the shopteller was explaining to me, could aid anything from joint pain to outer-body experiences
I left unconvinced, but ...
... a stunning experience.
But we left hungry as it was approaching dinner time. So we walked to the hotel we had been denied a room at that morning (seems like it was a lot longer ago). Along the way we tried to buy a bus ticket to Hampi, but we were at the wrong station. We both had a major temper tantrum as decision fatigue and actual fatigue begun to have their way with us. Lauren stormed off in a random direction and when she returned apologetically I stormed off. We ...
... India moments for us. Our last experience in Mysore was going out and splurging at another palace for dinner. Liam had read reviews about this ridiculous palace where you ate in a grand ballroom. So we thought why not check it out. We took a tuk tuk from our hotel and it turned out this palace was ages away from central Mysore. We were driving down this long dark road and in the distance could see a palace. It was one of those oh my god is that it moments (in a good ...
... which we popped into to get a few essentials. Steve was wearing a small rucksack and I a small cross over bag - the ever present 'security' in India was at it's most vigilant at supermarkets! Steve was asked to leave his bag in the pigeon holes with security and mine was fastened shut with a plastic zip tie.
We popped in for plasters, toothpaste and a few nibbles for the bus journey that evening - An hour and a half later we where still perusing the isles and looking ...
... While the structure and beauty is that of many gothic cathedrals the windows for the most part were plain except for some beautiful stainglass windows above the altar.
It was then off to the palaces one for lunch and then the main palace in Mysore covered in the next entry. The first palace was Lalithmahal Palace which is now a luxury hotel but they have a very nice buffet lunch for around $20 and we went to that and enjoyed having dined in a ...