Mysore Chitravana Resort
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Day three in Mysore, India. Jenesa and I were awake from 2:30 this morning, so up we got and made coffee, did a meditation and then some yin yoga. We headed off to the Shala a little earlier, arriving at 6 am. Both a little nervous approaching today's practice as yesterday was so magical . Knowing how the mind plays tricks and sets up expectations of a repeat experience, we hit the mat with a beginners mind. Nonetheless, practice ...
... working in paddy fields rather than looking at his palace!
Our last sight of the day was the Nandi bull up on the top of a 1000 metre hill above Mysore. Nandi is the god Shiva's mount, and this one is carved out of a single piece of black rock and stands 5 metres high. We rather feared that there would be loads of people up there, but surprisingly there was hardly a soul. After that we drove back to town, dropped off Mr Mogdi and returned to our ...
... need to do more research on this, (if you know more, feel free to leave a comment!) but I tried to not let my shock and concern for health apparent.
Our Amazing Race India edition continued at the Mysore Palace – Maharaja’s summer palace. We had to take our shoes off here too and there were no pictures allowed. (Yes, we were rebels and snapped a few – it was too beautiful not to!) As spectacular as the palace was, there were too many people and our ...
... that by the time this one was finished it was 15 years later. The only thing that detracts from the effect are the cyst-like light-bulbs that adorn every exterior surface. These fixtures will come into play later.
Sadly we weren't allowed to take our camera in. I mean we did, but we weren't supposed to. The guard at the security checkpoint discovered our camera, but when we went to walk back to the camera check-in room he waved us through. And then asked for a ...
After a good breakfast, we checked out of Sandesh the Prince and went by motorcycle rickshaw to the Rooftop Retreat. It should have only taken 5-10 minutes but the driver had to stop a few times to ask directions; one of those stopped phoned the Retreat to find out where they were located. The Retreat is in a residential areas 10 minutes form the centre of the city by auto- rickshaw.
The Retreat is on the 1st floor of a house owned by a family ...