King's Kourt Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... as a gifted cook with a reverence for food and spices.
She began the class by introducing us to the " masala daba" or spice box, an essential component of any cooking space. The masala daba is a circular vessel holding 7 smaller containers, each with a different spice. Salt is of primary importance. She was taught to always treat it with respect. Her father said," Salt gives you life, never mistreat it. If it spills on the floor, you must ...
... le petit dej’ mais je crois que mon estomac aurait préféré quelque chose de moins épicé. J’ai dû attendre 1h sur la plateforme 7 que mon train arrive et 2h30 plus tard j’étais enfin à Mysore. Il m’a fallu prendre un dernier rickshaw enfin d’arriver à mon hôtel. Après une bonne douche (à l’eau froide), j’étais requinquée. En tous cas je me suis plutôt bien débrouillée, je pense que maintenant je dois pouvoir me rendre à peu près partout ...
... were many others were way too swankily attired with hydration packs and et al to be considered serious runners. Most of the runners seemed to know few others, and were busy exchanging notes or bragging their accomplishments and technical knowledge of the sport. Was I unwittingly mocking at others for being either non serious runners or being only interested in the glamour part? I was to be proved wrong two hours later.
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... kind of boring except it had a restaurant on the roof the was like a tiki bar crossed with an Indian BBQ place with live Indian music. In the morning we went on a walking tour of Lal Bagh Gardens which is like the Stanley Park of Bangalore. Our guide Vijay was very knowledgeable and a great story teller. After the walk the group went to MTR (Mavalli Tiffin Room) for breakfast. MTR is a Bangalore institution and ...
... stuff and shoves it in his mouth. Not all of it manages to go in his mouth, some of it falls down the front of his shirt and some of it has landed on the shoulder of the little Indian man next to him, and as he repeats this process there is an ever growing pile on the floor. I don't know how we stopped ourselves from laughing. Finally he finishes - the little Indian is covered in Mr Seller's food fallout, and Mr Sellers has a foodslide all the ...