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... us in what to do. First sprinkle water over the banana leaf to wash it, then wait for the food to be served. This was our second lunch with the banana leaf and being served thali . Men do the serving , coming around plopping food in a certain order and placement on the leaf. You eat with your fingers, scooping and mixing. The food was delicious and as people peered over at us we made sure to smile and let them know it was gratefully accepted and enjoyed. ...
... and became Mysuru (later changed to Mysore by the English). Imagine Metropolis choosing to rename itself Lex Lutherville, or The Forest Moons of Endor deciding to end the movie by adopting the new title Planet DarthVaderton. Doesn’t make a lot of sense, but there you go.
Visiting Chamundi Hill seems to hold a certain spiritual importance to many Hindus. There are a thousand steps up to the temple at the top. We noticed these steps from bottom to ...
... would be to divide the run into three parts, with first 7km to be covered as warm up, without exerting, second half was supposed to be enjoyed admiring the vista and interacting with others and in the third section I would open my strides and thus achieve a negative split. I also didn't want to sweat too much about the timings after what I heard about the reputation of the route but somehow did not believe the MJs and felt or even feel today that it ...
... book along with a comment from me and we were off again to find a place to sit and a cup of coffee. Unfortunately from what we were told the only place to go was the chain Café Coffee Day which we have been to many a time. What made it worse is that we actually had to walk through the coffee district where they were sell fresh beans and coffee machines but no such place that actually serves coffee.
Being early afternoon and not wanting to go ...
... to India immigration and apply for a special re-entry stamp. Damn.
After our 8 hour bus journey getting to the border, we were not about to get back on a bus to return to where we came from without a fight. And luckily for us, the border guard lived up to the 'corrupt police' stereotype and was a man that could be bribed. As this 'bribery performance' was all new to us, we didn't pick up on it first. Only when he kept shifting his gaze in a dodgy way and ...