Hotel Ramanashree Richmond Circle
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... midnight last night. Christian's bag though did not make it and that kick started his day of misfortunes. His bag is not due to be back for another full day.
Once we got to our rooms and got some sleep, we were refreshed and ready to get a taste of some Indian culture. As for me, after a week of lunches and dinners involving giant ducks and lambs, I was ready to eat some good ...
By the name 'rural exposure trips' I went to Yeldur two weekends in a row. It was a program by CSA, it contained teambuilding games, visits to families, working on the farmlands and working with kids. The goal of showing the life in the rural areas was achieved quite successfully.
The first surprise was on the bus there. It wasn’t a surprise the teachers gave me, but a surprise by the students. I’m used to a quit bus ride ...
... is Rs40 but not Rs100 each! OK, they're actually happy with Rs50 and off go our bags at galloping rate up the stairs, across the bridge, down the stairs and over to the taxi rank. Here again we end up paying tourist rates including a supplement for luggage...what? OK, we can't be bothered to argue any more, we just need our hotel room and a hot shower. We arrive at our hotel just in time for breakfast. Breakfast is included in the room rate here but not sure we will bother ...
... a temple called BheemaLingeswar Temple (below).
On the other side you will find Bheemeswari Adventure and Nature Camp and Kavery Fishing Camp. They charge 1300/- per person for day trip and much more for night halts. You have to book before hand for the nature and fishing camps.
Food and halting
There is no food ...
... for the other ear. Blessed the first time today by a young man who told me what the brightly coloured piles were as seen in another attached picture. Fruit and veggies looked fabulous – must keep Indians healthy.
On to Bull Temple. An elephant carved out of a rock on top of a small hill. He is Nandi, Shiva’s Vahana (vehicle). We circled inside the small temple and then another blessing! Rich blessed as well ...