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... for assessing the running prowess. At this point I started imaging things, I was comforted by the sight of 19 km marker approaching but on reaching closer found it was actually 18 km and had 3 km more to go, which was depressing indeed. I saw a fellow runner walking and asked him to join me which he did for some distance but stopped again, I again called him to finish with me, without disclosing that I needed his company more than he needed mine, ...
... away to hand my camera in aaaaaaall the way back at the palace entrance. HUFF! Caught me this time.
Headed back to the hotel and Tom was excited to check out the “supermarket” opposite. It was actually pretty close to what we would expect from a supermarket. The first one we have come across that had lots of fruit and veg as well as fridge stuff as well. Bought a few things for breakfast in the morning. The excitement honestly never ends! Next stop ...
... meet a lovely man outside who informed us it was the Kings 29th Wedding anniversary that day, and if we returned at 7:30, there would be a spectacular show! Amaresh commented on how lucky we were to be told this and have the opportunity to see the Palace in all it's glory. We headed up to Chamundi Hill to watch the sunset. Amaresh fasts on Tuesdays, and can only eat and drink after 6pm, it was about this time that we were heading up to watch sunset.... On the way up the ...
... although shabby it is still grand, what must have the poor thought to it in the Edwardian period, sheer opulence I guess. The carriage is wood paneled with mahogany furniture. The museum also had Impressive documents and original working designs for some of the earlier steam engines. Train travel is a very big thing in India as we are going to find out tonight, we have a 12 hour overnight trip to our next destination Chennai, now that will be ...
... as we looked into Mudumalai National Park, which borders Wayanad on the Tamil Nadu side, but the enormity of the fire was unknown to us until I called the forest office to find out that the whole park was closed until April because of the recent fire.
Curses. Foiled again.
Instead of on a wildlife safari under a night sky, we found ourselves later that day in the city jungle of Mysore, fending off tireless and persuasive hotel and rickshaw ...
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