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... of colouring powder used for bindis amongst the very fragrant rose petals and ceremony flowers. We sauntered back to the hotel for a well-deserved shower and chill in our very comfortable beds. We were lucky today as it was Sunday which is when the palace is lit up at night by nearly 100,000 light bulbs! Our hotel is pretty close to the palace and I wondered why all of a sudden the power temporarily went out in the room thinking it must be quite a bit of an ...
... cutting up the meat and bone with a machete so if we wanted to know what cut of meat the answer was yes. Another guy in the back was ripping the skin and meat off some freshly burned heads. All their teeth were exposed and they looked happy; probably because they were slaughtered the Muslim way. Next to the oil essence and incense shop where Diane bought some expensive jasmine oil that really smelled nice, and we gave ...
... hadn’t managed to see a tiger in the wild, seeing both a normal and white tiger in captivity was probably the next best thing, but who knows maybe we’ll get lucky in Calcutta. The only slight blip in the zoo visit was getting caught in the rain, given it is still the tail end of monsoon season here, we’ve been really lucky in dodging the rain up to now, but got absolutely drenched, which annoyingly was after we’d ...
... Quota” on the top of our ticket request form.
By the time we went to get food it was in that awkward transitional period between breakfast and lunch that in other cultures would be filled with brunch. I was craving a thali, but had to settle for iddly instead at Dasaprakash.
From the restaurant it was a short stroll to the Deveraja market. We wandered past the chilled out stalls. Half the market was concerned with the day to day ...
... Our train journey to Mysore is only two hours and our carriage is practically empty. Being New Year's Eve I expected it to be packed. We are on one of those trains where they serve food so we get a reasonable biryani and a desert which is like crumbly honeycomb with pistachio and almonds. It's not bad. We arrive at Mysore station on time at 1pm. Our hotel, according to google maps, is a three minute drive. A slight exaggeration but it's ...