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Actually, I'm sitting on a train right now travelling from Delhi to Agra with my Intrepid Group. I don't know when I can post this as WiFi has been very sporadic but at least I can write on this two hour journey. My stay at the Ayurvedic Yoga Villa (AYV), continued to be idyllic. It really was like living in a beautiful bubble for ten days. I slipped into the daily routine of waking at 5am, showering, attending the morning fire ...
... rooms painted in turquoise. In its day it must have been a stunning place to have seen. There was time for a quick visit to an emporium, which actually had some good stuff. I bought a rather nice fruit knife, curved and inlaid. Dinner was excellent; I tried some Indian red wine (smooth and fruity - just like me!) and vegetable Hyderabadi, which were extremely spicy balls and very good they were ...
... br> We reached the state of Karnataka at 1250, entering the Bandipur Tiger Reserve. There were lots of speed bumps, presumably for the protection of the wildlife, the latter constituting deer and boars from what I saw.
How many times today did Suzy describe something as 'lovely'? She must have 'Everything is beautiful' [by Ray Stevens] on her Ipad. There were a couple of nodding sessions over the journey. Went throught a bovine chicane. Leaving ...
Moving on from the more chilled places like Goa and Hampi we were excited to get back to the hustle and bustle of a city. The Lonely Planet says 'if you haven't been to Mysore you just haven't seen South India', we wouldn't take it that far but we did really enjoy Mysore. The only down side was that we spent the majority of time on our **** - literally. We got the local bus from Hampi where we had to sit on wooden chairs for a grueling 10 hours (sore **** no.1). When we got to ...
... The whole journey had been spent sat next to Hare Krishna Monks who would not stop extoling the virtues of chanting! The only good thing about being stuck talking to them was that we found out why Brahma Caste dont eat garlic; apparently it makes a person too passionate! Garlic breath a turn on, interesting!
In Bangalore we queued for 2hours to get a ticket. At this point we were nearly broken and attempted to make things better ...