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February 25, 2015
MYSORE ZOO DAY
Popular Zoo in India
The popular Mysore zoo conforms to much higher standards than the typical zoo in India, according to our guidebook. Normally, we shy away from zoos but we wanted to see one of the tigers that have eluded us during our two excursions into the wildlife reserves. That, along with the LP endorsement, we decided to make a quick walk through. We stayed way ...
... out right away to the Chamundi Hill and drove along a narrow road way up to the top stopping only to enjoy the "aerial views" of the city below.
We were here for one reason only; to visit the Sri Chamundeswari Temple, a temple dedicated to Goddess Durga.
... nearby hill - a monolithic figure of the cow Nandi, carved from a single boulder of granite 400 years ago and regularly decorated. The grey of the stone has darkened to black from centuries of oil being rubbed over it.
Dinner tonight is provided by a row of street-food stalls offering paddu, masala dosas, puri with coconut chutney, tomato sauce and green chillis.
Back at the hotel I am given a welcome surprise birthday party by the ...
This is not my first time in India but my first time in Bangalore and Mysore.
After a very long trip from Beijing to Bangalore, a fun layover in Kuala Lumpur and an easy immigration procedure in Bangalore we made it to India. Once here, the first person we met was Jospeh Selvan, Regional Executive for South East Asia and our contact person from ACTE.
About two hours later we arrived at our hotel. We were extremely tired ...
... just limited to transport. When using a row of urinals, they will be filled with the closest to the door first and then progress down the line to the furthest - an efficient system but something that would never happen back home where we follow our own set of strange rules. This indifference to crowded spaces and physical contact should hardly have been a surprise to us though. This is a country when strangers will sit so close their legs and shoulders are touching and ...