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... and then have plenty of going restaurants plus other fun stuff when you are newlyweds. His view was that if you have to court a girl, by the time you get around to getting married, you're actually pretty tired of each other.
There were some other benefits he identified such as the families being "on the same page". If the girl was to disrespect in any way, then her family could have a word.
Whilst I don't really condone, it ...
... 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 ...
... woke us up at 6.30am and it didn't stop..... This signalled our lie in over and we got up to try to leisurely get packed and ready to face our 15 hour bus ride to Goa that evening.
We asked the porters where the restaurant was for breakfast - they pointed to upstairs but insisted on bringing breakfast to our room. We politely refused and said that we would like to sit down to eat, and started walking up the stairs. We stepped out onto a completely unfinished layer ...
... and all. The scene looks equally magnificent up close or from afar.
Venturing out into the countryside and it's proper farming country round here. Small fields are the order of the day, bringing forth an abundance of sugar cane (like giant spikey blades of grass - the juice is delicious, freshly pressed with a touch of lime), maize, tomatoes, cabbages, and some local specialities such as "ladies' fingers" and "drumsticks" ...
... we had booties to put on over our shoes) -- but just went with it and was glad that I was in a dry environment with tile flooring and didn't think too much more deeply about it. Needing some entertainment, I opted to take advantage of the free audioguide, which was well narrated and helpful. We also took a rickshaw up to a Hindu temple (where we also had to ditch our shoes, but I expected that) on a hill overlooking the city of Mysore, where we ...