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Travel Blogs from Mysore
... on the train... Newspapers, mango juice, sweets, crisps, chocolate, cake, phone chargers, wind up torches, children's toys, books, tomato soup, chickpea salady stuff, blankets, tshirts, I even saw a guy fix Shawaddywaddy's broken zip on his suitcase, you can get your shoes fixed too, anything you want really! :) I tried to stretch my morning routine as much as possible, there is very little else to do on the train! All four of us smoked, so we all headed to the ...
... had a huge huge suprise - we had somehow managed to time our stay with the biggest festival in India which was 10 days long with the last and best day being capped off in two days time. Unfortunately this meant the whole of India had come to watch and all the hotels were choc-a-bloc. We eventually found a tiny room out of our budget but which would do for a few days. As always tuk tuk drivers were constantly trying to get our attention to take us on a tour of the city. As we ...
... in town. To get there from the shala, I would walk by a large wasteland that was obviously once a park. There is a garbage dump here where the animals have a feeding schedule – pigs before dawn, cows in the afternoon, and dogs in the evening. Going vegetarian in India is always a good idea, but this is just one more reason not to eat the pig thanks. I’m not really sure how the garbage dump works though. Most people just set their garbage out on the ...
... to contribute to conversations with the non-Indian people I’m meeting! It’s nearly impossible to go anywhere in this part of town without running into a yoga student Chris knows, and so large part of daily conversations revolve around one’s 'practice.’ Finally, I have something to say.
Everyone here is incredibly friendly, but that belies the intensity with which they are studying yoga. There’s ...
... ticket out was hard. WE went to loads of travel agents and 2 bus stations but the all said there wasn’t a bus! We were beginning to get scared they we could never leave Mysore! We finally found another bus station that sold us a couple of AC bus tickets out there the following day!
So, Mysore Palace! Locals get charged about 20rs and foreigners about 350rs! You queue for days to get in and you can’t even use your camera...what was the point? I might as well ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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