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... seeping into our bones, and felt comforted by the warm woolen clothing, we carried with us.
The hotel was also decorated to the brim with stars and colourful decorations, for the holidays.
After dropping our luggage in our rooms, we embarked on a casual stroll, as we desperately wanted to have a couple of hot chilli fritters (Bhajji) to fight the cold. Though none of the shops were open, we were able to get a feeler of the mood surrounding the Annual ...
... polishing of each stone is done using technology to ensure speed and design mastery and manually to ensure quality is tested for each piece of output.
We were able to see a wide range of granite stones, with the Black Galaxy catching my eye the most, as I stood and stared at the black beauty, which seemed like a million stars packed in a tile.
It was evening by then, and it was time for us to prepare ourselves for the drive to ...
... and I simply continued what has become a legacy of intestinal discomfort. I do enjoy helping out the little guy, and typically these spots are both delicious and budget friendly. However, with these spots one always runs the risk of sickness. Sacrificing health for authenticity is a strategy which grants little and costs much.
However, there was some good street food worth mentioning. They make corn on the cob in Yercaud, cooking it in front of you over a wood fire ...
... person. The bed was clean, the toilet worked, and there was enough room for all of us. 4 dollars. 4 dollars for a room...
That night we eat off banana leafs at a small restaurant (if you could call it that) just down the road from the hotel. Our decision to not eat at the hotel’s restaurant comes as an effort to save a bit of money. Food here will cost maybe 50 rupees per person (1 American dollar), while back at the hotel it might be 100 - 250. I ...
Many gave positive feedback on Yercaud, but its just the place and no notable attraction. We thought its worth visiting as its just 3 hours drive from my place in Bangalore. Choose October 5th/6th Dussehra holidays for this. Booked a room for 3.5K for a night in Grand Palace hotel in Yercaud couple of weeks in advance.
Started from Whitefield, Bangalore around 9 AM in my Linea with my wife. After an hour drive, stopped for fuel and breakfast ...