Hotel Century Gangri
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... the wicket. The tickets also included 3 free beers and a buffet of food, living the dream, especially as the ticket was probably cheaper than your average PL game back home.
In the penultimate weekend in Bangalore I ran the Majja Run, 5.7km, and boy was it hot. The race was due to start around 9:20, so the heat was just picking up, and by the end of the run the temperature must have been between 30-35, felt like it anyway! I finished in 31 minutes and ...
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On my second day, the scenery started to change. Gone were the lush green valleys, they were replaced by more arid landscapes, with barely enough moisture to farm at all. The villages were becoming further apart ...
... image from what it's really like! A guy we met in Hampi was staying in a guesthouse for a while and got friendly with one of the young guys running it. The young guy ran round excitedly telling him that people had been having sex in some of the rooms last night and predicting which people would do it again that night. A few minutes later he changed his tune though and started saying how actually he found it disgusting! Literally full of ...
... we had just been tourists or spectators trying to observe and understand....not that taking part really helped enlighten anymore.
Anointed by oil & gas:
We joined a long column of Indians trying to get into the first shrine to offer puja and waited tentatively to see what would happen. Eventually we made it into the inner sanctum of the first temple and the holy men inside were using the natural gas to heat ...
... We are crowded in with Tibetans, monks, nuns and Indians. Those in close proximity became a tight little network looking out for each other and sharing what ever came our way. Protocol apparently is when walking through a crowd of sitting people you hold your shoes very low so that you don't wave them in people's faces and you sit down without putting your bum in someone's face. Not all the foreigners got this piece of vital information, ...