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... festival...yeah right, the 2nd person in week to say exactly the same thing and then suddenly try and sell us some tour or whatever! We ignored him and carried on, when suddenly I hear someone shouting they were selling bangles for 2 rupees!! Aka 2p!! I could not just walk past bangles for 2p! So, we spent about 15 minutes looking at amazing glittery bangles. I got told that I needed to buy green bangles to go with my very white skin and so I did (easily persuaded) then the man ...
... that served thali, offering nothing but a banana leaf for a plate. I ate with my hand, as the locals do, enjoying it immensely. Genesta kept getting rice stuck beneath her nails, so she wimped out and used cutlery. The entire thali meal (limitless eating, I should add) was 100 rupees or $1.60 in USD.
We saw a few temples around Mysore, then Genesta and I had pizza for dinner. It was about time for some western food. The hotel had the first reliable hot water in a ...
... de bus prés du palais on est en haut de la montagne en une petite demi-heure. Une fois là haut, je me suis retrouvée au milieu d’une foule de touristes indiens. La file d’attente pour rentrer dans le temple était très longue et ne semblait pas bouger bien vite. Du coup, je me suis juste baladée autour du temple en regardant les gens faire les rituels avant d’y rentrer. Je n’y comprends rien mais c’est ...
... backdrop against the colourful runners. On the other side vast stretches of paddy fields bordered with coconut trees made a perfect picture postcard from Kerala. The farmers were already heading for their work places, commuting on their eco friendly albeit methane emitting bullock carts. Sometimes the carts or tractors overloaded with sugarcane would block the entire path leaving little space for the runners to maneuver. Often forcing the runners ...
... and sarees.
We finally arrived the most important place of our tour; Mysore Palace which was absolutely stunning. Home to Wodeyar family, the palace has been re-built on 1897 in Indo-Saracenic style. Photography and video in the palace is strictly no-no, if you carry one, you need to leave your camera in the locker ...