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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... if this is from my drumming days or visits to wooden mill factories on school trips and holidays when I was little! You can definitely appreciate why silk is expensive when you realise how many stages of production there are and how time consuming it is. Fascinating stuff before our second night train to Hampi. My next entry completes my Southern tour as I heard towards Goa! (I am a couple of weeks ahead in real life). I checked today and I have ...
... 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 ...
... s pit and several men with head torches climbed underneath. I asked if everything was good with a quizzical thumbs up and received the ambiguous head waggle as a response. And then nothing happened for interminable hours.
After reaching Mysore an auto driver eventually lowered his price enough for us to use his services. After stopping at a couple of other guest-houses and waking up the manager only to find they had no rooms we ended up at ...
... 100 for me earlier when my bank card got rejected. Obviously we were in a bad mood but we had to take a detour to get wifi and break the news back home. After we headed straight back to the hotel, and cracked open 2 kingfishers. We stuck on the fan and an English movie (the Peacemaker with George Clooney). Sam ended up asleep by 9. It was probably more of a draining day for him! I was asleep by about half ...
... 5-6 feet.
Varahaswamy is having Bhooma devi in his lap. Should be atleast 14-15 feet tall. The story told is this Varahar has save all the villages nearby from getting drowned.
This is the first Varaha swamy temple I have been to.
From there we left to Melkote. but we were very late. the temple was closed. we didnot want to wait for the same. We left Melkote to Bangalore.
Enroute we stopped by a road side. Had nice lunch and returned home. ...