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... Last night the driver convinced us that he knew both places like the back of his hand but in actual fact it was evident that he had never been to either place, stopping to ask for directions every 5 minutes. Anyway, it was a 3 hour drive to Seringapatam where we stopped to check out the Tipu Sultan palace and fort walls which features in the Sharpe books Michael loves. From there we drove for another ...
Thursday 26th September Arriving in Mysore at 5am, a town in central Karnataka, the state north of Kerala, we where met by the ever present Tuk-Tuk drivers. After giving them all the address, they hunt in packs, they had a brief discussion and decided they knew where it was, and it turned out was about 5 mins away. Rocking up at 5.30, reception lights were flicked on an a bleary receptionist who had been asleep on the floor behind the desk greeted us. We checked ...
... lift the spirits. Now I knew why they call this route difficult or was I finding it difficult because they had said so. Now I could see that there were a number of overweight guys, men with bandy legs, women with knocked knees, some elderly, some in Bermudas with formal nylon socks returning to cover the full marathon distance. I felt humbled and realised that my pain was negligible, compared to these valiants. A persons appearance should never be ...
... grotty little hotel. Pleasantly surprised that downstairs is an amazing little bakery Selig all sorts of food. I don't know what most of the food is but just ask for one of each. Lots of little biscuits and some are very sweet and others are so spicy that the blow your mouth apart.
After an afternoon siesta wandered into town looking for something to eat. Found little local place down a back street and no one could speak English and the menu was ...
... Gopal stopped prefacing every reference to water buffalos as "those stupid creatures" or "those black beasts". However, all water buffaloes have owners. The water buffalos produce a much richer milk than Brahma cows so that is what is used for most of the yogurt and ice cream. Male water buffaloes are eaten, although most Hindus are vegetarians. Only two castes, the warrior caste and worker caste, are allowed to eat meat. I doubt that any women eat ...
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- Free parking