Hotel Vyshak International
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... way. I asked to be shown around, and was introduced to the floor workers, each doing their part of the process.
It felt like being at an Industrial Revolution Living Museum. The silk was being spun at high speeds by wrought machinery clunking around. The noise was almost deafening, and the operation was so intricate, that it felt as if one knotted silk string would half the Mysore saree output in an instant.
That said, nothing ...
... For overall impression, the forts up north were a bit better.
Back after 1800 with a rendezvous for 1900 for dinner at the Hotel Parklane. I got a Sprite from the restaurant . Lucas, Suzy and I worked on the vodka.He thought the palace should have been left for tomorrow but I did not think it was rushed. He wants any feedback we can give him re the tour. The girls, especially D1 and D2, want to do as much shopping as possible tomorrow; losers.
... transition from dimly lit palace to blazing carnival that was met with a collective gasp from the hundreds of Indians there. The carnival theme was strong as men selling strobing lights and LED spinning darts that were launched high into the air. Families sat and played on the lawns within the palace grounds. There was evening a marching band playing for the first five or ten minutes. The gaudiness of the experience can be forgiven because it does end up feeling a little whimsical. ...
... good for 100% silk! Sam went big and bought 4 on top of the one he had already bought. Our bus was leaving at 6pm so we got to the station at about 5:30 and waited. This wasn't our usual A/C sleeper bus and it had awkward timings. Oh well, it was our only choice and didn't seem too bad. Mysore will be another place that I will miss as I move on and it has been the only place so far that I've enjoyed from the ...
... which we popped into to get a few essentials. Steve was wearing a small rucksack and I a small cross over bag - the ever present 'security' in India was at it's most vigilant at supermarkets! Steve was asked to leave his bag in the pigeon holes with security and mine was fastened shut with a plastic zip tie.
We popped in for plasters, toothpaste and a few nibbles for the bus journey that evening - An hour and a half later we where still perusing the isles and looking ...