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... for our train back. The train was packed when we arrived, forcing us to have to sit on shelves above the seats meant for luggage. This uncomfortable ride accurately reflected the $1 we paid in train fare. After 3 hours in this encumbered position, we finally arrived back in Bangalore and I was happy to be back to our home away from home.
Food this week: Dosa
American food cravings: Kraft mac & cheese
... we set up with Wi-Fi and the laptop. We weren't planning on it, but it was Sunday and the price was reasonable, so we indulged in a couple of draught beers with our afternoon curry. It all really hit the spot.
Slightly drunk we made our short way to the North gate of the Mysore Palace only to find it closed. Apparently the tourist entrance is South gate so we made our slightly longer way there. It was jammed full of local tourists. Which was to be expected on a public ...
... controlled. The processing and manufacturing of silk however is a lot more complex and elaborated. It consists basically in unwinding the silk pods produced by the worms. One pod can produce a single thread of up to 20 meters. The fibre is much finer than a human hair but seemingly tougher. The fibres are twisted into thread which is then spun onto bobbins for the use on the looms which produce the fabric which is often interwoven with various ...
... Varkala instead. We had the luxury of being near a well stocked supermarket during our short time in Mysore. Something I have really missed being away is the ability to get fresh food and variety from one place. There are hundreds of little hole in the wall stores selling anything from water to deodorant but nothing like we have in NZ. The supermarket down the road from our hotel was excellent. There was a bakery selling fresh paneer and onion rolls, chicken burgers, ...
... acceptable, I particularly hate this in taxis and Tuk Tuks, and the final thing is ******* in the streets. Which happens pretty much everywhere you go, which means there is a constant hum of wee in the air on particularly hot days. These are all things we both wont miss from India........
After we quickly cleared 'security' who were too busy hocking and spitting and chatting to one another to check anyone through, we made our way up to the palace where we ...