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... me and offered to drop me there via a church, an incense making place and a local market... For only 20 rupees i knew he would be getting good commission from somewhere but i agreed to go along with it.
The church was pretty impressive, I almost felt like I was back in Italy for a second! The market was built by the British in the 30s and it's still used as a fruit and veg market. The incense place was actually really interesting - they made a number of essential ...
... Somehow I think the local guide knows more about his city than she does. Had a half hour to get ready. Got the wifi going. A sign said not to open the windows due to monkeys. Found one of my two missing locks! Diane skipped the afternoon for a rest.
Tuktuks to the palace where Samir, the local guide, took us around. No pix inside means you will have to Google or Wikipedia for something more visual. Big Mama got to keep her shoes on, her ...
... industry in India and more in depth, about the Royal Orchid brand.
Today I learned from Joseph that traditionally, the guest are given God-like status in India. The host would spare no efforts to ensure that he or she was completely satisfied. In order to achieve this, the Department of Tourism of the Government of India created the Atihi Devo Bhavah - Guest is God - campaign.
Exactly how I felt today.
... bulbs between 7-8pm, however on arriving at 7:45pm I had missed the show. A local standing next to me got chatting to me. Named Abhu, he seemed pretty cool and after a while invited me to visit his shop which specialised in locally produced natural oils. Not really caring for oils, but seeing as it was "5 minutes" away, I agreed to have a look. Half an hour later in the squalid back blocks of Mysore, we finally arrived. He sat me down in a dingy, ill lit room and took ...
... and return. When we entered the temple my elder cousin suggested to trek to the extreme tip since we had plenty of time.
We again climbed and even my elder cousin accompanied us now. This time the trek was interesting since the hill was quite steep and we had to find the way to proceed uphill. On climbing up the hill, the velocity of the wind was gradually increasing. We really enjoyed this part of the trek. We climbed the top ...