King's Kourt Hotel
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... the sticks would be soaked in whichever fragrance was required for 20 days and be ready for sale. Lastly we saw an oil shop which made essential oils for various health conditions like eczema, headaches, etc. They smelt really good, I was tempted to get some but remembered bringing some home after travelling the last time and never using them! As we were walking back we past a Bollywood cinema which was showing a film in 10 minutes. We decided ...
... an opportunity to have barbequed sheep feet but declined the offer.
No pictures today as the internet is too slow.
Off to the coast tomorrow on an 11 hour bus trip. We are heading towards the AMA ashram to stay for a few days or up to a week if we like it.
Need to go and shower all the color off our faces and out of our ears. Scrabble game and early bed.
Tamela and Rhonda
Started on Sunday at 6:30 AM, it is a 160 km Journey down a what I experienced a very well paved road, I did not face any traffic jams contrary to what I feared due to the timing of my trip. After Koramangala, I turned left from Madiwala and wow, it seemed to me every male in Bangalore is kicked out of bed to bring flower for the Ayudha pujas (Puja on Laksmi, Parvati and Saraswati performed on the Navami of the Navratris) and observed in various ...
... 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 ...
... Mysore is famous for, a half hour walk away from the hotel, we went to enter through the front gate and was pointed towards the southern entrance, past all the indians trying to sell you trinkets, we arrived at the gate, where a sign read 20 rupee for locals 200 rupee for tourists, we coughed up the $4 and made our way through the gates, the palace is on massive acerage, and had been restored by an english architect in 1964 after a fire had ...