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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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... his friends hotel, who thankfully allowed me to use the bathroom before I turned down the heavily discounted but still too pricey room. Two hotels later and I managed to negotiate one down to 800 rupees a night. Its still much more than I would like to pay, but it was total luxury...
I had a really comfy bed with more pillows than I knew what to do with, TV with a good selection of English speaking movie channels, hot water AND room service. The downside of course is ...
... 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 ...
... The next stop was the incredible Chamundeswari temple on top of the Mahishasure Chamundi hills. That place was full of people, and cows, dogs, and monkeys, so we didn't even try to get inside the temple. Many things happened here, for example Lindsay being attacked by a monkey while trying to take a selfie with him and also, we heard the loudest intestinal gas (****) from an old lady walking in from of us.
Our next stop ...
... in Hospett (all my fault), I caught an overpriced overnight bus to Bangalore, a large and hectic city and then blearily walked halfway across town to successfully catch a 3 hour train to Mysore. Upon getting out of the train station at Mysore I was instantly set upon by a crowd of eager taxi and rickshaw drivers. I chose the one who looked like he would harass me the least and set off for the hotel I'd chosen. He behaved himself pretty well, but still tried to wrangle ...
... the five faces of
Another temple recently excavated from the sands of time is the Keerthi