Ruchi The Prince
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... I have no idea what girls are supposed to do about toilet breaks as when the bus stopped guys would just go on the side of the road and at the stations the girls toilets were always locked as there were no female assistants! I ended up having to traipse around for ages looking for a hotel kind enough to let me use theirs. I made sure to drink hardly any water the entire journey. Eventually by 9pm we arrived exhausted and hungry in KodaiKanal.
Landed in Mysore after a 15 hour night train. Somehow we ended up in 3rd class AC which was actually pretty comfortable. There are 6 to a bunking area. The beds fold easily from day seats to night beds. They supply clean sheets, a blanket and a pillow. And just in case you forgot food, a new guy comes up and down the isles with all matter of food and drink. ...
... to go next.
After lots of umming and ahhing we decided to go to Bandipur National Park for a safari. Its very expensive and a luxury considering we are not even likely to see a tiger or leopard in the wild but as this is our honeymoon and tigers do live in the park, there is a small chance of a sighting and this is a chance I could not pass up. So 7.30 am tomorrow morning is pick up time, fingers crossed and here's hoping! ...
... Off I went out after taking some rest. First stop – Palace. At around 1 pm, there were a few hundred thousand people around the Palace area. The gates were to be opened at 2. Change of plan – started driving for KRS – Krishnarajasagar Dam and adjacent Brindavan Gardens. It was a 1 hour long drive, the road wasn’t too bad, but nothing to mention about either. Was a little tired when I reached. The dam was a massive structure, there ...
... palace and took another tuk tuk, the driver took us to the Chamundi Hill to see the Sri Chamundeswari Temple, a bull god named 'Nandi'. Pilgrims are encouraged to walk the 1,000 steps but we felt we had our pilgrimage fill at Adams Peak. Then the Brindavan Gardens which, if i remember correctly, has a magnificent atrium and a big arnival of flowers, but alas it is not the season, and there is only an empty atrium shell. The driver took us down ...