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... gifts in hand.
After dropping things back at the hotel, I nipped out to see Mysore's main attraction: the Palace.
A bit like Buckingham Palace its huge building and surrounding gardens attract visitors from all over the world.
There was a fire in 1897 which destroyed much of the interior, but it was restored by an English architect in 1912.
In a rather inconsiderate move (from a DPP perspective) cameras are ...
... enjoyed it, but by that stage we were so exhausted we just wanted to get home and go to sleep.
So we decided to walk back. For some reason. Without knowing where to go. For some reason. It was a stupid decision that can only be made by the sleep deprived. We ended up god-knows-where asking locals about a guest-house they clearly knew nothing about. All the autos we saw were parked outside the homes of the drivers for the night. We eventually got home by using the last ...
... called Adam from my hostel and I'm embarrassingly bad, as I can hardly stretch my hands beyond my knees but everyone has to start somewhere. We practice in a Hindu temple hall and Adam doesn't think the teachers instructions are brilliant but he spends almost he entire hour with us and at least I get a personalised lesson. On 26th flu kicks in and for the next few days I lie in bed ill not able to do anything. I probably caught the illness after my run when my immune system was ...
... a nice afternoon in the sun. This was the point where I finally got stuck into my new book: The Big Short. We stayed up there until about 4 when we headed out on an ATM adventure so Sam could spend more money on silk scarves. At the time of writing I'm unsure if I like the patterns here relative to what would look good in England. But I bought one each for Emily and mum anyway. They cost around £8 each ...
... through and paid, once the bags zip tie was cut off so we could actually do that! The security guard then takes the receipt for the items that he has just seen the checkout assistant pack! And studiously studied the receipt and stamped it, we are finally free to leave. One word - Pointless!
We spent the rest of the afternoon at a local cafe which was on the roof of the square - away from the hussle and bussle and a great vantage point for keeping an eye on when our ...