Royal Orchid Metropole Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Orchid Metropole Hotel Mysore
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... I was sandwiched tightly between two students and was cautious. Sweating profusely really allows for deeper practice as the muscles and joints feel very open. After we went for breakfast at Kushies , the local hangout for yogis. Low tables, sitting on the floor with legs crossed, a natural extension to our practice. There we met a group of students from all over the world. Home for a short nap that was disturbed by the ...
... Mysore is famous for, a half hour walk away from the hotel, we went to enter through the front gate and was pointed towards the southern entrance, past all the indians trying to sell you trinkets, we arrived at the gate, where a sign read 20 rupee for locals 200 rupee for tourists, we coughed up the $4 and made our way through the gates, the palace is on massive acerage, and had been restored by an english architect in 1964 after a fire had ...
... day we did some walks through the area and learned about the different plants and crops being grown and at night...SAFARI!
Our main goal on the safari was to try and see wild elephants and I am glad to say, mission accomplished! We actually stumbled on a mama and her very new baby and she charged at our Jeep a little which made for a pretty exciting ride. Elephants are just amazing! They are so huge and magestic. I ...
... that I'd have to play one more round with Abhu before I could relax and escape for good in the morning. Sure enough, there he was waiting at the front of the hotel. If he had been doing stretches to warm up, I probably would have been surprised. I went in hard to start and managed to get away after a protracted conversation with a promise to pass his card onto anyone I met who was heading to Mysore.
Dinner, bed and then onto Ooty the next morning.
... t get any worse, but that night I awoke to the sound of Nic projectile vomiting in the bathroom. I won't go into graphic detail, suffice to say neither of us have been able to eat a biryani since. Poor Nic was ill for the next couple of days, but we did manage to see Mysore's spectacular palace and, more importantly, change hotels.
So Nic's had her Delhi belly experience. I, meanwhile, eat with trepidation...