The President Hotel
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... to the point of a telephone call although in this instance only estimations were available: twenty minutes for 80 rupees, more or less. Needs must.
Fifteen minutes later all cards and Internet banking was available. The 80 rupees shot up to 180 rupees. It amazes me that the Indian economy is one of the strongest in the world yet with inflation like that?
Reasons for for bank shut down were:
credit card: missed payment. I always pay ...
... the zoo, Mike remembered there was a mall about a mile away so we decided to go to the cinema there to see the film Fury (ticket cost £1.40) which was okay apart from people whooping at bits in the film, like for instance when Brad Pitt shot a German, all the indian people in the cinema started cheering and whooping. We just found it funny in the end as it was so ridiculous. After the film, we walked to Mysore palace, where every weekend at 7pm they light up the whole ...
... Somehow I think the local guide knows more about his city than she does. Had a half hour to get ready. Got the wifi going. A sign said not to open the windows due to monkeys. Found one of my two missing locks! Diane skipped the afternoon for a rest.
Tuktuks to the palace where Samir, the local guide, took us around. No pix inside means you will have to Google or Wikipedia for something more visual. Big Mama got to keep her shoes on, her ...
... the majesty of the carvings and paintings. It was enough to make me defiant. I left feeling quite sure that there are richer palaces the world over. Anyway, palaces are kind of weird, given that they are ostentatious displays of wealth. Especially challenging in a place like India, where the poverty is so visible.
The Mysore fruit and vegetable market was pretty neat. Genesta was feeling better and came out for that.
For dinner, Genesta and I went to a ...
... visite 10 fois plus cher mais on a droit à un audio guide. On a bien fait de le prendre car il est bien fait et rend la visite bien plus intéressante.
Le marché Devaraja : c'est le souk. Les couleurs; les bruits et les odeurs se mélangent dans ce lieux fermé et entassé. On a pu voir comment fabriquer des encens. On s'est baladé au milieu de sacs de fleurs et de tas de poudres colorées. On nous a même fait un dessin sur la main. On s'est ...