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... of spice-overload. Although I ate very little that first day, everything I did try burst with flavor.
I went back to my room, still exhausted from my busy arrival to the IISc. I loved the hostel and loved my room even more. Luckily, my single-room was blessed with a fan, a balcony and close proximity to the bathroom. I quickly fell asleep, determined to get over jet-lag quickly and be rejuvenated for the days of orientating ahead. ...
Woke up early in the morning to dress up, a lady from the reception helped me wear the saree. She used safety pins to tie the saree from 5 points to avoid falling down.
Iyer Weddings are South Indian Brahmin weddings in which there are series of rituals to be performed by the bride, groom and their families. If you ...
... The Residence was rather nice and quite modern with a big double bed. Seeing as it was dinner time we walked to the nearest street that had something to eat, but nothing really took our interest. By recommendation we ended up at a place called Empire Hotel which had delicious Indian food once again. We of course ordered too much, but really wanted to try a Thali which is made up of several small dishes, a side of rice and not to forget garlic nanns. Day 21 - Jan 17th This was our ...
... further. (I'm planning on interviewing the staff of Dakshin
as part of my investigation.)
I made it a short work day and returned home at 3pm so I could rest, but at
Hampi certainly lived up to all I'd heard - it's a super chilled town with awesome temples & ruins &, what struck me when I first arrived, a ring of boulders surrounding the city. Be sure to head up the hill at Monkey Temple for awesome views & I'd recommend staying across the river as it's far more chilled that side.
From Hampi I continued south - wandering about the awesome city of Cochin, meandering slowly through the backwaters ...