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We booked a coach through our hotel in Mysore to get a lift to Ooti on a site seeing bus, a tiny little mini van crammed full of people. After some Classic indian confusion where we thought we were going to have to sit through the full tour we managed to depart the group at the boating lake in Ooti. The journey up through the mountains was spectacular and the 39 odd hairpin bends made for an exciting albeit uncomfortable ...
... becoming a yoga guru - he is not a guru yet - he is still considered a disciple but in one more year he may reach guru status - I didn't ask him much as we ran out of time but apparently to be a guru you have to study for 6 years just focusing on the right side of your brain, 6 years on the left side of the brain, and then one year in the middle of your brain, what the yogis refer to as their third eye - I don't really know what "studying means" all I know is that he is referring ...
... that Tourists get preferential treatment in certain places and definitely on the trains.
We were so pleased that we made the effort.
This is his one of the last commercially run steam lines in the world. It's a little stream funicular that climbs up the side of a gorge to the plateau ish tea fields and aging splendor of ...
... of minutes what I hadn't been able to do in decades! Apparently my friends - or at least the parents of the family - are still living in the same house they were in way back then. The house has since been designated as a National Monument in Holland. It really is a lovely house. Now that I have their phone number, I will call them as soon as I get back home to Bangkok in a couple of weeks. What a spectacular find! Thanks very much Vincent and Jeannette!
... knew somewhere that sold wine and after a couple of stops we found some at the most expensive hotel in town – the Holiday Inn. By the time we returned to the restaurant, it was open and we had a lovely dinner accompanied by our recent purchase. After dinner we were chatting to the manager about the building as it was such a well maintained colonial house and he offered to show us around. It turned out that it was a small hotel with 7 rooms. After seeing the rooms we ...