Bombay Tiffanys Hotel
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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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... conversation quickly escalated to marriage. Rajesh is to have his family arrange it for him, which he is all in favour of.
You see, he fell in love with a girl a few years ago, and when it came to popping the question, he went to her father, who was vehemently against the marriage, as they were in a separate castes. Rajesh hoped to persuade him, but no joy.
This girl is now married to someone else. When it comes to Rajesh ...
... our shoes! Followed by another X-ray bag check and metal detector - which again all seems for show without anyone really taking much notice.
The old Maharaja's Palace you can see was pretty stunning in its day. The iron was brought over from Scotland and the tiles that paved the floors from England. The beautiful paintings on the wall depicted a very British landscape - of bagpipes and soldiers - mixed with elephants and bison. It was a great mix of British and ...
... Fortunately we arrived on Sunday which is the only night of the week that Mysore Palace is lit up at night, we walked around the palace grounds and it felt like all of Mysore was there enjoying themselves. Today we toured the inside of the palace and drove up Chamundi Hill to visit a temple and take in the view. Tomorrow we drive into the Cardamom Hills where we will be touring spice plantations and doing some ...
... car to take a picture when a second cow came and laid down next to the pump. A woman tried to get it to stand up and move, but we drove away before the cows moved. We asked Ruhal about being a travel guide and could he do all of South India, or just Mysore or his state. He said he just did this state, all of South India was too hard and too expensive. That piqued our interest. He said he took a month-long program, then took the test ...
... We are sorry to say good-bye to them.
When we arrived at the Jaipur Airport, I figured out the answer to a question that I had in the back of my mind: if Delhi has 15+ million people, why was the huge airy airport so empty when I arrived? Where were all the families meeting travelers? I described in one of my early posts the traffic jam outside the terminal and now it makes sense. Only ...