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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Regaalis Mysore
Comfortable room overlooking road but fairly quiet. Beds were firm. Gardens and pool area very nice. Staff were very attentive and always greeted with a smile, buffet food was excellent.
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Once loaded onto our bus we traveled into Bangalore for lunch. Introduced to India roads my impressions:- heavy traffic, the louder the horn the more progress made, lots of rubbish, especially plastic on either side of road, only speed control is "sleeping policemen" usually approaching schools, which were many. Rice fields and Coconut …
... Wayanad, and I left at midnight the same day... First lesson learned in night busses is don't change seat... I was on a semi sleeper which means you just get a reclining chair but with a guy next to you there's not much room to manoeuvre, so a few hours in when the couple on the seats in front got off, I took those seats. Because this was a mountain route it was freezing at night so everyone was wrapped like a mummy in the blankets provided and I was too. I was due to get off around ...
Anders left for Cochi Kerala. I decided to stay and spend the day with the Rickshaw Aslm driver until my night bus. We went to his place but I was havin deli belly again. His sister cooked some byiriani but I could not eat it. My stomach just wasn't right. It started to pour rain so hard the streets instantly flooded. Snakes were coming out from under the slum homes and the tarp roofs ...
... here to follow courses in the different things. In Mysore, I arrived with Shanie, Michele and Yossef and later met Alejandra from Colombia. It was a good opportunity to practise Spanish and Alejandra, Michele and I spoke in this language together. Visiting the palace of the Maharaja at Mysore is like opening the book of the 1001 nights and stepping right in. Let a little bit of ...
... which is in her home. Lunch was served on banana leaves in the school classroom, where we sat on the floor on small mats, surrounded by beautiful wall murals and children’s art work. Exquisite white rangolis adorned the floor, one in front of each mat, as well as a large one in the center of the room. Small salads and yogurts, some sweet, some savory were arranged on the banana leaf with a small mound of salt on the far left. We were told ...