Hotel Crystal Court
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- Continental Breakfast
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... to the places of interest in the Coorg district.
Nevertheless, we spent the evening exploring these places and the town. Since we reached Madikeri at the beginning of the 10-day Navratri festival, we could feel the atmosphere of festivities around town with bedecked temples, shops and special food stalls on the streets. The weather in Coorg was hot during day time with scattered clouds (could be around 25-27o C / ...
... Henry Irwin. The place is full of stained glass from Glasgow and beautiful chandeliers from Ireland, unfortunately you can't take pictures so you will have to wait for us to show you some post cards, or check out the Mysore palace web site web site, it really is amazing.
The group returned to the hotel for some free-time, and we decided to go and see the railway museum; the main attraction of the museum was the maharajahs carriage; by ...
I think Road Scholar planned this entire tour so we could be in Mysore last evening. Every Sunday evening the Mysore Palace compound is lit up at 7:00 pm with 90,000 lightbulbs. I am showing two photos, one before lighting up and one after. The compound was crowded with tourists and with Indian families who gave a collective cheer when the lights went on. The compound is surrounded by other buildings ...
... lingers for a while. Its reflection lights up the earth. It slowly fades until wispy patches of colour remain which, at nightfall, become a gray mist hanging on the desolate dark blue sky.
I want to stay glued to my seat on the hill, but we are told the entry gates down below close at sunset. While dusk was still opening scroll of wondrous sight, we had to leave the mesmerizing view. It lasted for a long time, ...
... of stalls selling flowers, incense, and multicoloured holy powder, used in traditional Indian religious rituals, as well as fruits, vegetables and spices of all kinds. While the girls missioned it to get what we needed, I was free to wander round and get accosted by hawkers and sellers. One thing I keep wondering, and I have noticed this everywhere, is how in all Indian markets and towns they always have rows of stalls selling exactly the ...