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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Abhishek Mysore
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... is free for everyone, rich and poor alike enjoy the company and the meal. The food is blessed so it is very important to partake. Report today was that 7000 people were served I felt overwhelmed with love and gratitude in this sharing of food, culture and hospitality. We made a little faux pas in that we didn't bring our water with us when we left to wash our sticky fingers. The women were commenting about this and giggling. All in all we have been blessed ...
... covered in bright red and yellow spots of powder, the origin of which soon became clear when we saw that most women (not men) on their way up the hill would stop on each and every step and, dipping their fingers into little packets of the powder, daub three dots of each colour on every single one of the thousand steps. This devout behavior seemed strange to us, and admittedly we are still in the dark as to its religious significance, but if travel has taught ...
... both enjoyed our time there. He was now working at a bank in Mumbai and was on a little break to see some nature in the south.
I then went back to my room to finalise packing, and recharge batteries.
In the morning I checked out, got breakfast at the bus station, and then climbed aboard the local bus to ...
... the switchback mountain trails. Utterly dark except for the headlights of oncoming vehicles. Robert is well aware of the suicidal tendency of Indian vehicles to cut blind corners. So him and his scooter are hugging the edge of the road. Without realising it the dark tar gives way to dark gravel. Within a fraction of a second Rob realises this, but it's too late. The scooter is already sliding out from under him. Instant pain as he contacts the ground. ...
... of Christian, Hindu and Islamic art and architecture featuring an octagonal stained glass dome supported on a cast iron frame. The stained glass work in the ceiling is stunning. There are also expertly painted murals in fine detail around the sides of the hall. Moving on, the open air Public Durbar Hall, where the maharajas would stand to address their subjects, is a magnificent structure of turquoise coloured columns and domes opening up onto ...