Mysore Chitravana Resort
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... down to the bottom of the hill, stopping a couple of times on the way to take in the view and to have a brief phone chat with Naren. At the base, I asked a rickshaw driver what the price would be back to the palace... He quoted four times the amount of the lift there and laughed at me for even suggesting he match the same price.... So I decided to keep walking! Hot, sweaty and slightly achy I managed to get back again to my restaurant and had a well deserved thali lunch, ...
... j’ai attendu son arrivée avant d’y rentrer. Il était censé arrivér Dimanche mais comme il a raté son avion à Londres il n’est arrivé que Lundi. J’ai donc visité la ville toute seule pendant une journée. J’ai même été assez courageuse pour manger dans la rue et je n’ai même pas été malade. Mon estomac tient bien le coup.
Chamundi Hill : pour m’y rendre, j’ai pris le bus 201. Depuis ...
We woke up around 5.30 in the morning; got our packed breakfast nicely prepared by our hotel and head to bus tour meeting point run by Karnataka municipality.
Mysore is the second largest city in Karnataka as well as being one of the oldest. Our first stop was Daira Daulat Bagh in Sriangapatna. Tipu's second summer place ...
So Amaresh and I had agreed to meet at the very LAST stop, easiest way seeing as I don't have a phone right? Wrong. We all got turfed off the bus at the "last stop", it wasn't the last stop....so there's me, phoneless in Bangalore minus an Amaresh and Jerry.... Panic, no, well a little after I was waiting 1/2 hour...luckily my noggin kicked in and I asked a travel agent to use his phone...Amaresh and Jerry had been waiting at the ACTUAL last stop!! It was then I decided I ...
... ivory tusk mirrors to gold thrones it has it all. We couldn't take any picture so you'll have to believe us on this one. One of the most redeeming features of the palace is that every Sunday it is lit up with 97,000 light bulbs. Vinay showed us the bulbs and in fact they are specially made for the palace and stamped on each one is Mysore Palace. This being India of course the bulbs had to be completely different to the ones the locals use in normal everyday ...