Mayura Yatrinivas Hotel
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... I was on my way on Mysore.
I actually pulled up about 20km outside of Mysore as it was now dark and didn't fancy riding in the dark, I wasn't going to see anything in Mysore that evening anyway so tucked myself up in a cheap roadside hotel for the evening and awoke early the next morning to find somewhere to stay and see the town.
First off I headed to the railway museum, felt it fitting after all the trains taken ...
We arrived in Bangalore and were picked up by our new driver, his name is David so I am hoping that I do not forget his name. David will be our driver for the next 2 weeks. That means he needs to be available 24/7 if we want to go anywhere. Bangalore is a very modern city. You see women driving here and we saw several girls wearing shorts and a couple of mixed race couples on the street. Our hotel was a typical ...
... Annapurnam spoke 7 languages, all Indian with the exception of English, which everyone seems to speak.
In another compartment Our good companions, Hannah & Becky had a problem with their sleeping area, they could see cockroaches running around, yuk. I don't know what was running around our area I couldn't see.
As you can Imagine the standard of cleanliness is different to our own British rail, and I was hoping against hope that ...
... We then took a rowing boat back to his
house. Had a lovely peaceful one night stay, and our hosts were very
warm and welcoming.
The following morning we were off again
After the boat ride back to the village,
we caught a local bus which we were expecting to fight our way onto,
but it turned out to be quite empty when we got on, so no panic. A
couple of hours later we were in Intrepid's own accommodation in
... pyramid company (apparently there are already many millionaires who have been created by this company in a very short period of time). We refused … are we fools or what? Eventually the pizza turned up. It would seem that Indians can curry-fy anything and make it as spicy as hell … even a pizza.
After lunch, still breathing fire, we found a driver to run us around for the afternoon for 3 quid, not too bad. He took us up to the top ...