Hotel Maurya Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Maurya Palace Mysore
The rooms were beautiful, spacious and comfortable. Service was excellent and the area was also good.
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Travel Blogs from Mysore
... run so low on credit I couldn't withdraw any funds and I needed the Internet banking to top it up. My one final back-up card left was with my Spanish account but I didn't want to use that unless I had absolutely no other options. My psyche around the money had really hit a cynical low point. I had enough to eat with but not enough to pay the hotel bill when it was time to leave in two days.
It wasn't the banks fault. My English bank is very hot ...
... the food is a little different (and better in my opinion) than northern Indian food. It's lighter but has more taste and a little easier on the stomach!
We set off to look round Mysore. There was a supermarket, the first one we had seen in India! So, we had a look in there, so ridiculously cheap. Then we wandered towards the palace area of Mysore where on the way, there is a huge market. Some guy stopped us to tell us that it was his birthday and he had been ...
... me of Uganda and Rwanda.
Things were finally flattening out when you saw tuktuks again. We reached Gudalur after 2H, but 49k added to the odometer. D1 was asking about a loo break; how 'bout when the driver decides there will be one? Lucas did a biscuit round.
Had not expected to drive through any wildlife areas but there we were in Mudumalai Tiger Reserve. There were some black-faced monkeys here. Still 91k at 1240, time grinding by ...
... s full of interesting facts and not too long.
Devaraja market: very lively bazaar. Highly recommended. It’s full of colours, with the paints, the flowers... We were shown how to make incenses and drawn on our hands. I really enjoyed walking around, overwhelmed by the colours and scents.
Mysore est une ville grouillante dont la principale attraction touristique est le Palace des Maharajas. Tom voulait le ...
... our host brother was too shy to speak with us. We did a lot of cool things such as fireworks, palace illumination, visit a new town, cook dinner, shop, and try on sarees! It was great and when we left I felt I could cry because it seemed we knew them for years. The next home stay was in a small village and the entire time I kept imagining the jungle book. We spent a total of ...