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... a local cafe chain) for breakfast. I had at a tandoori paneer sandwich and a cold chocolate thing. Not bad at all. Then onto Mysore, where they were preparing for a festival and a parade the following day. Our CEO told us the palace would be lit up, but not open to tour, like usual. He took us on a tour of the local markets, where they were selling flowers, in chains and loose for the ...
... Quota” on the top of our ticket request form.
By the time we went to get food it was in that awkward transitional period between breakfast and lunch that in other cultures would be filled with brunch. I was craving a thali, but had to settle for iddly instead at Dasaprakash.
From the restaurant it was a short stroll to the Deveraja market. We wandered past the chilled out stalls. Half the market was concerned with the day to day ...
... are lots of pesky boys trying to drag us off to see their perfumed oil stalls. One youngster thrusts a book at me so that I can read what his English 'friend' has written about him. It says: "beware of annoying boys dragging you off to see their oil stalls".
We are also being pursued by a guy who wants to sell me anklets with bells for Indian dancing. He is so persistent that he even follows us out of the market and across the ...
... seems longer than forty days but at the same time it feels like the trip is flying by. I think that is the nature of overland trips though.
Mysore is most popular for its sandalwood carving, silk and incense production and is a very popular tourist destination for that and for the many festivals. However outside of that there is not too much to do in the city so it was a leisurely day with our first stop being at the Maharaja’s Palace. ...
... car to take a picture when a second cow came and laid down next to the pump. A woman tried to get it to stand up and move, but we drove away before the cows moved. We asked Ruhal about being a travel guide and could he do all of South India, or just Mysore or his state. He said he just did this state, all of South India was too hard and too expensive. That piqued our interest. He said he took a month-long program, then took the test ...