King's Kourt Hotel
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... I thought was quite generous given the circumstances. He asked for double the amount and we held our ground saying that was enough. Knowing that was how he made his living, however, our Canadian minds wanted to believe he just doing it to be kind and helpful. Our driver warned us, yet we still fell for it. All in all just part of the experience and we felt grateful for it. He took some great pics and explained things very well to us. Quiet, windy ride back to ...
... in the museum. Interesting..... there is an ongoing court battle of the Maharajah and Royal family against the government for expropriating their palace.
Out to a nice restaurant (RRR) where we finally got to try Thali, a multi course meal served on a banana leaf. Rice with multiple sauces and they kept adding more of everything until we couldn't move anymore. Very tasty! The new tuk-tuk driver took us to a place ...
... did not
really understand him and Dad insisted they had a good conversation.
For the remainder of the journey I counted the number of English
words the driver said which was under 5 and included the words yes,
elephant and tree. In Mysore we decided to visit the palace before
getting the train. I left my bag lock on a wall and noticed barely 5
mins later but it was gone and some workmen had started work on the
road next to ...
... a giant horse drawn onion around the main street. Dhatu an organic café was a Mecca for travellers. Its delicious organic western style meals provided a small break away from eating curry for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
We all gathered again in Bangalore and boarded a night-train bound for Rajahmundry in Andhra Pradesh to begin our study tour with Community Aid ...
... It was interesting because it was so different to all the palaces we had seen so far. Our next stop was magnificent; Mysore palace. This completely blew any other palace we had seen out of the water! The entire palace was filled with beautiful, original furniture. Usually we don't bother with an audio guide, but this time we did and it was brilliant. The audio guide told us all about the palace and included interesting facts about ...