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... interesting to chat to someone who could so strongly defend the practice of arranged marriage.
The time in the bus was also spent watching trashy Indian films, interspersed with roadside restaurants.
At around 10am I got into Mysore, found my hotel, and spoke with the receptionist about the things I hoped to do in my short stay in the city. We worked out it would be easiest to get a tuk-tuk to, and 20 minutes later, ...
... transition from dimly lit palace to blazing carnival that was met with a collective gasp from the hundreds of Indians there. The carnival theme was strong as men selling strobing lights and LED spinning darts that were launched high into the air. Families sat and played on the lawns within the palace grounds. There was evening a marching band playing for the first five or ten minutes. The gaudiness of the experience can be forgiven because it does end up feeling a little whimsical. ...
... ballroom we were the only ones there for a good half hour. After dinner we had to order a tuk tuk to come get us. After our expensive meal the guy who ordered the tuk tuk said it would be 500 rupees (10nzd) I said nope 300! I think the guy ordering the taxi must have thought we were so cheap making him barter on the phone at a flash hotel. It was a fun night anyway! Only downside was having to get up at 4.15am to catch a bus to Kerala...but at least we are heading back to the ...
... woke us up at 6.30am and it didn't stop..... This signalled our lie in over and we got up to try to leisurely get packed and ready to face our 15 hour bus ride to Goa that evening.
We asked the porters where the restaurant was for breakfast - they pointed to upstairs but insisted on bringing breakfast to our room. We politely refused and said that we would like to sit down to eat, and started walking up the stairs. We stepped out onto a completely unfinished layer ...
... 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 ...