Mango Hotels, Mysore - Jayalakshmipuram
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Mysore
... transition from dimly lit palace to blazing carnival that was met with a collective gasp from the hundreds of Indians there. The carnival theme was strong as men selling strobing lights and LED spinning darts that were launched high into the air. Families sat and played on the lawns within the palace grounds. There was evening a marching band playing for the first five or ten minutes. The gaudiness of the experience can be forgiven because it does end up feeling a little whimsical. ...
... company of us. He took us up the scenic Chamundi Hill where we had a view over the whole of Mysore and it's neighbouring towns. Prabu, our driver, failed to tell us that the temple was shut so we spent 10 mins up there before he took us on a diversion to see some sort of holy Bull. I found it quite funny to compare it to the giant Buddhas in Thailand. When we got back to the hotel we complained to Prabu that he didn't do what we asked so we refused to ...
... who spoke any English so that in itself was quite the experience. We were served so much food here....so much rice! I don't think I will ever eat rice again! Both families wanted us to stay longer and it broke my heart to pack up and leave both times. I loved being able to make someone else so happy and know that I changed their life possibly as much as they have changed ...
... went back to view the palace which was now lit up like something out of a Disneyland movie. I'm so glad we got to see it, our photos won't do it justice, but it was quite spectacular.
Master Blaster has convinced us that he should be the one to take us to visit the big bull statue and the Temple on the hill. He was very persuasive so we agreed a price and time for him to pick us up tomorrow. What have we got ourselves into now? ...
Getting back into India from Nepal was always going to be a little risky....
We had double entry visa's but with the stipulation that you couldn't return to India within 60 days of leaving. We were only 3 weeks in Nepal. And perhaps we'd been traveling too long but Chris and I thought we could just 'wing' it. I mean they surely wouldn't deny us entry back to India right??
Unfortunately, the border guard did deny us entry and told us to turn around and go back ...