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Today we woke to the idea of breakfast in a great hotel, sightseeing around the city, and a possible walk of 1,000 stairs. Well, we got the breakfast and the sightseeing but luckily there were only 300 stairs... going down.
We traveled to the Maharajah's Palace first. It was the biggest and grandest building that I have ever seen. There …
... ab auf den Chamundi Hill (vergleichbar mit dem Gurten) nur, dass dort oben ein sehr sehr heiliger Tempel steht. Um hochzugelangen, entschieden wir uns für die budget buget Variante, mit dem non A/C Stadtbus. In diesem Bus wir man so oder so nicht belästigt, da jeder Inder das Gefühl hat, bei denen ist so oder so nichts zu hohlen, wenn sie diesen Bus nehmen. Die Platzverhältnisse sind eher prekähr aber die Fahrt hat ihren ...
... driver ring
him and yes, he'd taken us to the wrong station! The air was blue.
Eventually arrived at the correct station and met up with the rest.
The station platforms are amazingly long and take about 15 minutes
to walk down to the front end – this is because the trains have 20
carriages! Mental. Had a good journey, although very long – and
arrived about 7 am in Bangalore. We then had to catch another train
for the 3 hour trip to ...
... was painful. This was partly due to me and Paulo being distracted and sometimes from an abuse from the part of these deceiving dealers, of from both. The problem is usually not the sum of money that was lost, but it is a matter of principle; a sum was agreed for transportation to certain places, and when the other party breaks his end of the agreement you feel abused and tricked. Nobody really cares about paying an extra dollar for the ride to see an amazing view or ...
... gone out. Bad luck, but at least we got a few good views in, even if brief.
We had been invited to stay with Jayanthi's family while we were in Mysore, at their home outside of the city centre. We caught another public bus to meet Jayanthi at the bus stop closest to her home, and she led the way. We had a wonderful time meeting her brother, sister-in-law, mother, and father, and were treated with incredible food! Jayanthi's brother ...