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... Hindu worship, with statues presented across many hundreds of years. There is no doubt about it, Madurai is old, but it is also a modern, working Indian city that we got to see without a lot of other tourists. Priceless! Mysore - Palatial, intense incense and sandalwood sawdust As you know, I have now seen a lot of forts, palaces and temples in India, however, I have not tired of seeing these as each one has its unique draw. Mysore is known for its palaces, ...
... and we realise we could have just hopped onto it from there instead. ****. It would have been the right thing to do as friends.
After stocking up on cake and pizza at the corner deli we felt prepared for this bus ride. The bus was on time and we settled onto it after some confusion about where to put our bags. Apparently the giant luggage storage compartments under the bus are used for some other unspecified purpose. This was a “Super ...
... are / were.
Our driver informed us that tonight being the eve of new year celebrations for the Hindus, that the actual Royal Palace in Mysore, was having a light festival. Off we go to witness yet again another " words fail me" experience. Once again, have a look at the pictures. We were also given some access to behind the scenes by the local police. A long story about this and best not told publicly. Best just to say that just ...
... themselves between the canal bank and the long pointed bullock horns but it seems the bullocks are now accustomed to the annual visitation of this weird species of animals and do not really mind the incursions for a day or two in their environs.
Further ahead at around 3 km marker we could see a family dressed in traditional South Indian attire, ladies decked up in silk sarees with jasmine garlands daintily adorning their hairdo, while ...
... degress celsius. The most INCREDIBLE temple, over 300 years old and with four entrances (gopuras), pushing 50m tall, lasciviously decorated with Hinduology. Here we discovered what its like to be sweaty 24.HOURS.A.DAY!!!!
Kodaikanal - Chilled out and did some yoga and hiking on Karuna Farm with some equally chilled out staff; the amount of chillums (ganja smoking pipe) they smoked everyday was mind-boggling! Needless to say, things got done in record-slow time. ...