Royal Orchid Metropole Hotel
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... exotic trees and a pond where hundreds of noisy frogs live. Also within the site is a restaurant, bar with full size snooker table and a swimming pool. We had our own private jacuzzi and free bananas! They do not have wifi which is why I have not done a blog Saturday Sep 27 Had a ride on a bullock cart and then into Nagerhole Tiger Reserve for a 2 hour safari. No tigers ...
... honest guide and we really enjoyed it. Definitely one of the best activities we have done in India. We started at the Memorial hall and worked our way down the the Palace and then to the market where he really showed us the market life and its people. We tried some Mysore Pak, a sweet that was invented by a local man for the king and his family still make it out of the corner sweet store at the market. Its made by grinding chickpeas into a paste and adding sugar ...
... several tours, a taxi for my next destination (Ooty which would have cost a small fortune) and insert himself into the value chain of my hotel costs. The Lonely planet gives a few tips for handling this sort of behavior.
1. If asked if this is your 1st time in India, say that you've been here many times before (i.e. lie) as many people will happily take advantage of your ignorance.
2. If asked if you have a hotel booking say you do no matter what (i.e. ...
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Another temple recently excavated from the sands of time is the Keerthi
Today the experience that is India entered a whole new dimension with my first time in a major city – Mysore. I had planned to go straight to Bangalore where I catch my plane; Thomas was driving there to pick up some more students so it seemed opportune. But Nigel had said he would prefer me to stop in Mysore to see the sights there, and when the road took us past the Maharajah's palace I had to admit he was right. I hesitated at first, but then Thomas had to ...