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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Varkala had been brilliant and we were
very sad to leave – the following destination had a lot to live up to.
We were off early the next morning after breakfast for just a 2 hour
train journey to Kerala Backwaters, this was followed by a one
and a half hour boat trip to our homestay accommodation. The boat
journey was …
Today is about love. Walking by the couple in the picture of a man and woman with arms wrapped around each other inspired me to contemplate the many aspects of love. This couple seemed so tender as if one of them was ill and they were holding each other up. They were happy to allow me to take a picture of them and we shared smiles back and forth, communicating the unspoken. In this magical country there seems to be much love that is easily shared, whether it is young ...
... the luxury of a rooftop space, with chairs so I dined with a view of the sun setting behind the nearest minaret (plenty of calling to prayer). With amazing birds chattering in the adjacent treetops and swooping on the thermals. Now (8p.m) an enthusiastic but tuneless band have started up in the street below definitely back in lovely all enveloping ...
... here. We pulled up and a lot of people were outside and everyone was curious. I had to use a squat tolliet for the first time as well as a tolliet that was connected to the side of the house....much like on little house on the prairie. I loved the little girl...I couldn't even imagine how to spell out her name and he boys name was Moldu, I believe. He was the only one in ...
... Aladdin's cave. The other nice thing was that the shops were quite full of local women all chattering amongst themselves, discussing the trims to go with the fabrics they'd just bought. There was a real buzz about the whole place and the only disappointing thing was that it would have been nice to interact with these women - sadly they had no need to interact with us.
In the evening we went back ...