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... man hasn't had a decent meal for 2+ days. We, on the other hand were feeling over fed, and so had a very simple meal.
After lunch we went sari shopping. Runa had explained the system to us. Absolutely no need to buy. Per customer there is a man (the salesman, who is never a woman) sitting cross legged on a large mattress which is covered in a white sheet. Beside him is a woman, standing. He gauges what madam is looking for, pulls it off the shelf ...
... off at the base of the steps and joined the crowds in walking around barefoot. Once inside, I was shocked at how good it smelt. I’m not sure what I was expecting but I was glad to be greeted with the scent of a grandmother’s perfume.
All day long I felt like I was a contestant on The Amazing Race as we were literally racing through Mysore to see all there was to see. Our second stop was a silk shop. Mysore is famous for its silk and we were able to try on ...
... table to lightly shower off then sat for tea. Apparently Rhonda just got tea!
It's called the thread of bliss - shirodhara
We are heading back into town, to see the mysore palace, the sandlewood oil factory (ahhhhhommm), and visiting the yoga centre area. I'm sure there will be food on the way. We love how in Asia you can eat whenever and whatever you like. Satisfied sisters!!
... Off I went out after taking some rest. First stop – Palace. At around 1 pm, there were a few hundred thousand people around the Palace area. The gates were to be opened at 2. Change of plan – started driving for KRS – Krishnarajasagar Dam and adjacent Brindavan Gardens. It was a 1 hour long drive, the road wasn’t too bad, but nothing to mention about either. Was a little tired when I reached. The dam was a massive structure, there ...
... people, spices, narrow streets and cows walking everywhere. India is a country full of extremes and being a woman here both has advantages and disadvantages. Nowhere else you will be treated like a lady, while at the same time you cannot enter certain areas and you'll sure be the only girl in a local bar. By now I'm really used to the stares, people taking photo's of you and want you on pics with their kids. I ...