Hotel Crystal Court
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... we were all sitting there just desperate for a nap, but off she goes talking about her dads affairs in Paris. Actually it was quite funny. More importantly though, she has 2 very cute Dalmatian puppies - around 4 months old - that were super excited and cute. The 2 autos we took to Monique's were called back in the afternoon, and we did a tour around the Madikeri sights. To be honest, we were more interested in the nature than the sights, but we saw ...
... Especially when they wouldn't stop staring (and shoving) but that didn't bother me too much. I was bothered a bit by the disrespect a lot of people showed towards the animals however and made me wish they didn't have a zoo to visit in the first place. People were not only clapping and shouting and whistling at the animals but I even saw someone THrOW A ROCK at one of the Jaguars to try and make it get up. That really made ...
... in business since 1924. We had a great South Indian breakfast and met some nice locals who could explain to us what we were eating. After breakfast we drove to Mysore. We stopped along the way to visit the summer palace of the last ruler of this region Tipu Sultan. In Mysore we are staying in a beautiful hotel that is 120 years old. Mysore is a beautiful city full of old colonial buildings, most of which are still in ...
... to find out where Santo and the rest of them were. He then
insisted they were all waiting on platform 4 for us – we didn't
believe that to be true, cause we always all meet up together at the
entrance of places to make sure we've all arrived ok. Fred &
Ginger went to check, as he was so insistent, but of course they
weren't there. Got Santo's mobile number and made the driver ring
him and yes, he'd taken us ...
... pyramid company (apparently there are already many millionaires who have been created by this company in a very short period of time). We refused … are we fools or what? Eventually the pizza turned up. It would seem that Indians can curry-fy anything and make it as spicy as hell … even a pizza.
After lunch, still breathing fire, we found a driver to run us around for the afternoon for 3 quid, not too bad. He took us up to the top ...