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TravelPod Member ReviewsBombay Tiffanys Hotel Mysore
Rooms clean, food had to be bought in coffee took forever no internet so a bit disappointing for a big city, but accommodation fine
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... and I feared that we'd have to 'do' that one too. However it was almost time for lunch, so we were let off the hook. Instead Mr Mogdi treated us to a glass of sugar cane juice. This was mixed with lime, ginger and mint, and though extraordinarily sweet, actually tasted quite nice.
We had a lovely lunch in a restaurant on the banks of the River Cauvery. While we ate we saw a Brahmin kite, and another kite, ducks, egret and blue kingfisher. It was ...
... the most attention and celebrity status with her blonde hair ☺
The final sight for our Amazing Race was the Bridavan Garden and Krishna Rajasagar Dam. We had dinner at The Royal Orchid with the view of the sunset over the water and the gardens as they transformed from bright yellows, pinks, and reds and bustling with people to the peaceful ambiance of evening park lights. To describe today, phenomenal, sensational, and extraordinary don’t even scratch the ...
... seems longer than forty days but at the same time it feels like the trip is flying by. I think that is the nature of overland trips though.
Mysore is most popular for its sandalwood carving, silk and incense production and is a very popular tourist destination for that and for the many festivals. However outside of that there is not too much to do in the city so it was a leisurely day with our first stop being at the Maharaja’s Palace. ...
Time Travel through Mysore
It is now 2 am, and the streets of Bangalore take a different feeling. The traffic has stopped and the only sound is that of dogs howling and fighting for territory. I sit in my room packing only the essentials in my backpack to get ready for Mysore, but I am a little nervous due to the unusual silence in the city. After I am satisfied with my small backpack I call Paulo and head out to walk 2 kilometers to meet him at the Mall, as I walk out ...
... of this gets collected, but some garbage gets incinerated on the spot, resulting in a smoky haze lining the town and creating beautiful bright red sunsets at night.
I’ve managed to fill my days with a couple of cooking lessons from one of the wonderful north Indian cooks in Mysore, shopping excursions, trips to the pool, and meals with friends. The evenings are pretty short-lived, being as I get up so early in the morning. But I am okay with ...