Hotel T.A.P. Gold Crest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it is nothing serious. Wish me luck!
INSIDE MY HEAD
This part of my trip is supposed to be me going with the flow, and not having any solid plans. Unfortunately, when a country is so dense with things to see, this can cause a problem, and also the authorities don’t enjoy it. So I set out a circular route through India, leading to Nepal. I was originally planning to squeeze it all in 2 months, staying 5 days at each place so I could complete a 2 week trek to ...
... but exciting all the same!
We also visited the following:
- Tipu Sultan's Palace, a nice building but not very grand or palace like at all.
- Jamia Masjid, a nice outside but very simple inside.
- Lalbagh botanical gardens, a nice escape from the busy, dirty and polluted roads.
- MG Road, the main shopping and social area in Bangalore. Lots of high-street shops mixed in with non-brand shops and lots of food options to choose ...
... in travel forums regarding the road conditions and wildlife sightings on the jungle roads. Made my mind to go to Ooty via Gudalur route and return via Masinagudi.
Started from Whitefield, Bangalore by 8 AM in the morning. Took the Bangalore - Mysore road and stopped near Channapatna for Breakfast in Vyshali Restaurant. Had a decent breakfast and pushed towards Mysore in 100 km/hr. Had a little mess-up with the Ooty road from Mysore ring ...
... each (1.40 euro). We put ours on the horse with the best name (this had been our strategy the whole time and it worked). However, as the boys went off to place the bets, we noticed that one of the jockeys was wearing a Canadian shirt. And Terry, Adam and Andrew are all Canadian. But too late, the bets were already placed. Turns out, the Canadian who had awful odds, won. If we'd known he was Canadian earlier, we would have played big on him and won at least 2000 rupees. Oops....
... lunch (keeping off the spice) and headed back late afternoon after only buying a couple of things. When we got back to the old part of the city, we went to the suit shop for them to make any minor adjustments. To be honest I'm a little bit nervous about it - the trousers are too tight because they're meant to fit exactly.
"no need for belt sir"
"yes but in 6months I will be fat and am not coming back here to buy a new pair ...