Executive Comfort St. Mary's Road
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Peter then left, as his bike was about to be ready. I stayed one more night in Mysoor, and then headed on to Bangalore. As I’m not very fond of big cities, I decided to stay only one night. It was good decision as there were not too many things to see anyway. The next day I took the sleeper bus to Pondicherry, which used to be a French city. Whereas normally only one percent of the travelers you meet are French, ...
... place called Don Pepe. I know you are thinking “Mexican in India that can’t be good”. But you would be wrong. It was actually very good, tasted like Mexican food and they even had salsa, sour cream and jalapeno peppers. The only down side is that they didn’t serve beer and the margaritas were non-alcoholic. I ordered a margarita anyways think it would be fine but it was more like lime sherbet in soda. One strange ...
... place?’ he enquired, turning around and taking his eyes off the road. He hadn’t seen it and obviously didn’t have any idea where it was that we wanted to go. He stopped the car and trundled off down the road to look. When he returned he was none the wiser, so Elaine got out of the car to investigate.
Eventually he backed up and dropped us off at the Ramada Katunayake, where a smartly uniformed bell boy struggled with our grubby backpacks. A ...
... was close, but we passed every imaginable form of human transport on the way - auto-rickshaw, ambassador taxi, walking, biking, motorcycle. Lots of horn honking. And little tiny shops of food vendors and I don't know what else. When we arrived at the hotel, a uniformed and armed guard examined the exterior of the can with some kind of instrument that seemed to look under the van. When satisfied, he opened the gate and saluted ...
... were intricate carvings of the Hindi gods, Shiva, Vishnu and Brama.
Shiva is the destroyer God. A male figure with 10 arms, who "dances the world
to an end," so that a new cycle of reincarnation may begin. Vishnu is the
4-armed god of peace & harmony. He is a protector who blows a conch shell
to declare peace. Then, Brama is the creator god with four faces in four
different directions to see everything. These temples are what I imagine Angkor
Wat in ...