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the hotel is nice from the outside, and has a lovely cafe and also surprisingly a lift, but the rooms are very basic and poor aircon that keeps you awake with noise and lack of cool temp, the power keeps cutting out and the internet is all but useless
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The sleeper bus to Mysore was a positive upgrade to what I had experience thus far: blanket, thick(ish) mattress and even a TV.
I was sharing a cabin with Rajesh, who works in Mysore. We had a good conversation about our languages, names, and cultures. Just after explaining that was going to Kerala for a wedding he asked "and are you single?", unaware (I think) that he was currently applying aftershave...
After chatting some ...
... tiger reserve still left 72k to cover.
Where you have no tigers you can farm, crops again the mainstay of the land. The sky is blue with lots of swirling, white cloud formations. There was finally two good lanes, allowing us to make up some time. Several bottle shops were seen, wine evidently grown locally.
Gundlupet was reached at 1320, leaving 57k to go. Our trip highlight was a 1330 break for the loo. Lucas told us we had 10M but we ...
... our shoes! Followed by another X-ray bag check and metal detector - which again all seems for show without anyone really taking much notice.
The old Maharaja's Palace you can see was pretty stunning in its day. The iron was brought over from Scotland and the tiles that paved the floors from England. The beautiful paintings on the wall depicted a very British landscape - of bagpipes and soldiers - mixed with elephants and bison. It was a great mix of British and ...
... The trains here are huge, cheap and run on time... Take note British Rail! And non of your plastic sandwiches and **** coffee here, 3 pakoras and 2 garam chai for 22 rupees, which is all of about 25 pence. That put a smile back on Loaders face. Mysore was less crowded and felt more friendly than Bangalore. It's also much cooler, though our taxi driver was telling us there had been no ...
... sustained, intelligent conversation with anyone else since we left Jane on January 3rd. And it is mid-January...At the lodge we also met a large group of men from Bangalore, working in IT, out with their huge cameras for what seemed to be a weekly trek to the countryside to take wildlife photos. We enjoyed their tiger and leopard photos. We braved a local bus this morning (really a nice ride) back from the park to Mysore, and have made our way to an internet cafe ...