Royal Orchid Metropole Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... bulbs illuminating the huge building. It looks pretty amazing, Mysore used to be a state of its own separate from the rest of India with this was the headquarters. At 100 rupees a night the hostel I stay at is the cheapest accommodation that I'll probably ever reside at (£1 per day). Whilst very basic it's far from the worst place I've ever stayed. Today like almost any other day a poor indian girl in rags comes up to l me and I slip her 20 rupees (20p, which can buy a ...
... for bindi dots) were on offer. It was a most wonderful sight and smell! Especially in the rows of stalls where tons (!) of flower garlands were sold. We'd never seen so many flower petals before and the colorful stacks were just amazing! Then, just a couple of meters away was the meat and fish market, where our senses were shocked just as intensely by an awful sight and horrible stench. As usual in India, the most fantastic and horrible things can be seen so close together and ...
... us one when we arrived so we could pay for one if we wanted. No chance. bad review on hostelbookers coming up as soon as i get the net. Tuktuk to train station to book tickets. Really complicated system filling out loads of forms but got it all done. 2 hours to Mysore stressing abit that we had our bags with us and a full day of siteseeing but there was left luggage at the station so that all turned out ok. Got a taxi to ...
We left Ooty at 11am on the bus and headed to Mysore, the trip went through two national parks, the second we saw a couple of elephants. I also saw my first accident in India where a truck had knocked off a fulla on a motorbike, the bike was a bit mangled but the fullla didn't look too bad, well I didn't see any blood through my open bus window. We arrived and had the customary rickshaw driver show ...
Day 21 ;
Three hour bus northeast to Mysore,
Waved goodbye to Kerala and said hello to a whole new state, Karnataka, pronounced with a d instead of the t!
V.bumpy bus ride, made you feel like jelly! NH 212 I think, nice long winding road down, not like the way up...
Scenery changes again, still similar but once you leave the jungle'y part on the way down It's farmland, km after km after km of ...