Hotel Mayura Bhuvaneshwari
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... we headed to the post office to send a few postcards and checked out the huge Virupaksha temple which is still in working order and stands around 50m high, so it’s pretty imposing. Saw some funny chaps on the way who just stuck their mobile phone in front of Hannah and blatantly filmed her walking past – no shame at all!
The after saw Joe pluck up the courage (after a few days of umming and ahhing) to get his first ever cut-throat shave, and what a setting ...
... br> We caught the boat (20cents each, 10p) across to the other side of the river and took a walk east for 5 minutes or so dodging the cow pats (or cow chi-pat-is as Joe likes to now call them J ) then walked back to the small village on that side of the river which overlooks some rice paddies. We had a quick bite to eat at the German bakery then decided on the spur of the moment to rent a scooter for $5 for the rest of the day…and what an awesome decision that turned out to ...
... for Luxurious hotel stay instead chose one of these guest houses. they are hygenic and warm.
hire a two wheeler or a bicycle to move around. they are easitly available . you GH will help arrange one.
Rs. 300 per day for Activa / rs. 100 for bicycle. Incase they ask any security money, make them speak to your hotel manager.
they are available near the Virupaksha Temple and on the Kishkindha side once you have crossed the river. and start moving up ...
... and stopped part way to grab a sugar cane juice, which ended up getting spilled all over me and my camera. (Lucky for us it still worked). The end of the walk was at Vitthala Temple, which was gorgeous. Out front of the gate was a very small covered rock "building" which once housed a balance beam scale where the King would sit on one side to balance his weight with gold, silver and/or jewels to pay his tribute to the priests. Yes, the church ...
... however, that made the journey so fun. Everyone in India seems to get the train cos its relatively inexpensive and cos of the distances involved, so I think you get to meet loads of different locals. I was sat around families, oldies, couples, loads of sweet kids and young lads - everyone chattering away. Everyone was friendly and helpful to me. The kids wanted to say Hi, and some of my new train mates shared their food with me - was one of the best curries I've ever ...