S K Regency
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... It's like they've crossed a line. Maybe it's me and my approach. I just can't imagine being stared at more than I already am. Then add to that stare -- more men and women and even a reproach couched in that stare. I wear fairly conservative clothes, depending on what's dirty in my hamper and what matches. I've got my western plaid button down with some black pants, an Indian tunic my old colleague got for me when he came over last year, and a wool ...
My first mission in Mysore was to buy a saree. I asked at my hotel where to get one and for what kind of price. A guy told me I would find the best deals at the Government Silk factory. It is also what the Lonely Planet says. So I went there. I gave them my budget and the women didn't try to convince me to get a more expensive one. And what I really liked was that the prices were written on each piece of fabric, which mean they don't make up a price ...
... to get tickets to Bangalore and Hampi. Included visiting 2 counters. A 3km rickshaw ride in between to get photocopies of my passport and a subsequent 1 and a half hour wait. Seen most there is to see here now so spent the afternoon laying in the gardens outside the entrance to Maharajas palace. Lots of crowds but quite peaceful with my head phones in. Lots more kids wanting their photo taken with me! Just got ...
... Annapurnam spoke 7 languages, all Indian with the exception of English, which everyone seems to speak.
In another compartment Our good companions, Hannah & Becky had a problem with their sleeping area, they could see cockroaches running around, yuk. I don't know what was running around our area I couldn't see.
As you can Imagine the standard of cleanliness is different to our own British rail, and I was hoping against hope that ...
... of a shopping
trip and were drawn into yet another jewellery shop, and purchased
more earrings – looks like they're breeding in my case! We forgot
to pick up Fred's bananas (mainly because we didn't see them hanging
up amongst the earrings.) Back at the lodge Santo and his mates gave us
a bit of a cooking lesson with the fresh fish bought earlier at the
market. They then served us up a lovely lunch and a ...