- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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After the long flight via Dubai (obligatory 3 hour midnight wait for connecting flight) we arrive at Bangalore (bengaluru). Very disorganised immigration procedure, completed the Immigration form we were given in-flight, only to be issued another form while we waited in queue to identify our Ebola risk. Two forms filled in and passports in hand we …
... way. I asked to be shown around, and was introduced to the floor workers, each doing their part of the process.
It felt like being at an Industrial Revolution Living Museum. The silk was being spun at high speeds by wrought machinery clunking around. The noise was almost deafening, and the operation was so intricate, that it felt as if one knotted silk string would half the Mysore saree output in an instant.
That said, nothing ...
... like tired kids. At the restaurant we both had the staple meal of masala dosai, which was delicious as usual, but I'm honestly craving something else at the moment. We then walked back to the palace to watch the lights come on.
Lauren missed the reveal as she had to go to the toilet. Which turned out to be so nightmarish as she entered to find a local girl ******* in the middle of the room to avoid going near the actual stalls.
I, on the other hand, was there ...
... leads to another women in dirty rags with a baby approaching me and tugging at my arm for money. Sometimes Indians dress a child in rags and use them to beg for money, however whether these are fake or genuine beggars it's sad and depressing either way and the child's certainly in a bad situation whatever. I buy a pen from a small stall and the elderly shop keeper suddenly produces a flute and says he knows an English song before playing 'for he's jolly good fellow'. He then ...
... ballroom we were the only ones there for a good half hour. After dinner we had to order a tuk tuk to come get us. After our expensive meal the guy who ordered the tuk tuk said it would be 500 rupees (10nzd) I said nope 300! I think the guy ordering the taxi must have thought we were so cheap making him barter on the phone at a flash hotel. It was a fun night anyway! Only downside was having to get up at 4.15am to catch a bus to Kerala...but at least we are heading back to the ...