Royal Orchid Metropole Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
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This morning we headed for the hills - one of the things on all visitors list of things to do in Mysore is to visit the temple on Chamundi hill. Although it is possible to walk up the hill using more than 1100 steps, our driver opted to drive us all the way up. This followed a windy narrow road to eventually end in a car park and small village surrounding the Hindu temple. We strolled around the ...
Today we actually went to a waterfall, not a water park. It was about two hours north of Mysore and even though the water levels were down, it was still gorgeous! This monsoon season has been very dry for India making the falls less animated but the environment was serene and relaxing. We spent about two hours at the falls and I ended up feeding monkey's most of the time. I got to witness a mother feeding her child which was ...
... pairs - a son and father, a daughter and mother (take note, Gillian!), and two male cousins - and five singles - three females and two males. We all get along and mix and match with seating at meals and chatting while touring interesting sites. It's quite delightful and we feel like we have made good friends.
I am posting a few photos I didn't have room to post earlier. I hope you find them ...
... of strange, I haven't seen anything really like it in India thus far. The building itself was pretty standard, the carvings were typical for what I have seen, but the inside was different. Inside it looked like an old storage room in the basement of a building. There were random filing cabinets in corners, metal fence pieces covered in dust clothes, and other random bits of this and that. The kind of thing you would expect to see ...
... rolly cigarette. After this we called to a woodwork factory which was a bit different to the wood in Malawi. Here they carved intricate designs out of different shades of wood and inlayed them into table tops. An 8 seater table could go for $3000 and were pretty impressive and take a year to complete. An incense and oil workshop was our next stop. On the ground floor there were a couple of girls rolling incense sticks from bamboo and carbon – they roll 3000 a ...