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... Mysore. To be fair tho this last bus was at least a Volvo coach similar to bus eireann ones with a/c so was pretty comfy for the 3 hour journey to Mysore.
We decided to go a little upmarket in Mysore as it was Angie's birthday this weekend so we stayed at the parklane hotel and splashed out on 3 nights for the grand total of €85 for the 3 nights...bargain!! It is a lovely place and the staff are really nice. We got little welcome packs on check in, one for ...
... from the 15th century were in sight adding to the overall experience, as Paulo and I were immersed by this era in time.
After what seemed like two hours our time travel experience came to an end, and not without its proper price. We got off the machine and the driver asked us for 20 dollars for the ride, a price that only a person on crack would ask for a regular cart ride; but since this was a time machine we paid the desired amount, knowing that we got a great ...
17 Novembre 2011
Arriviamo a Mysore per le 10. La città è abbastanza piccola e pulita, mi piace. In Gandhi Square trovo il mio Hotel: DASAPRAKASH, un gigantesco albergo, vecchio stile, molto curato nei dettagli, con un tavolo in marmo in stanza, mobili in legno e un materasso duro e sottile. Alle 10.30 sono in stanza e dormo un po'. Molto tranquillo, perlopiù vedo famiglie indiane e comunque ...
... class of 60 or so people decided to join in. We even managed to negotiate a bus with the travel agency that was transporting us around in Bangalore, so we didn't have to go through the train experience again. This also allowed us to load our suitcases on the bus in case time got short and we had to go straight to the airport for our Hong Kong flight.
The ride to Mysore took about 3 hours. Our first stop was the Mysore palace, one of the ...
... here is something called Kanaada (and that's not a new spelling of Canada). After 45 minutes it's time to head back, and a volunteer shouts at everyone to line up. I do, and it's not long before two grubby hands take each of mine, ready to make the harrowing walk back.
Anyway, here are links to some photos:
of our apartments
from the back of the scooter
from a rickshaw
from the market