Crystal Paark Inn
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... with a free piece of barfi for beiomng their new favourite customer (not that they told me this, I just assume).
I'm just chilling in the reception of my hotel now with a cup of sugary milky coffee. I've an hour left to kill before my overnight train to Hampi where I'll hopefully have more energy for exploration than I had here, but even if I don't, it seems as though I'll be back in India again sooner than I thought...(cliffhanger)
Hope to catch up again soon. Xx
... de bus prés du palais on est en haut de la montagne en une petite demi-heure. Une fois là haut, je me suis retrouvée au milieu d’une foule de touristes indiens. La file d’attente pour rentrer dans le temple était très longue et ne semblait pas bouger bien vite. Du coup, je me suis juste baladée autour du temple en regardant les gens faire les rituels avant d’y rentrer. Je n’y comprends rien mais c’est ...
... built in Indo Saracenic style and made with teak wood. There are beautiful paintings on the walls depicting wars Tipu Sultan and Hyder Ali have fought against British, known as Anglo-Mysore Wars. Unfortunately photography and video is completely restricted. There was a group of school girls who were also visiting the palace, when ...
... up. He was delivering on Indian Sign Language, and the corpus. It was a brilliant presentation, very interactive, funny and informative, we had taught Mighty Mouse the ISL alphabet on the way up, so got him to teach the students!! Before we knew it the time was up and it was time to head back, get our bags and get the fudge outta Silchar, it wasn't really anything to write home about tbh, dusty as you like.... Again it was time to board the motherfudging BUS this time to ...
... drove at on an uphill narrow road. At one point, a cow started trotting across the road and I semi-jokingly exclaimed "A COW! ITS A COW!" and the tour guide infront of us turned around and laughed at me...woops.
After the palace, it was hard to top all that excitement, and the Brindhavan Gardens we visited after was kind of a buzz kill because of the massive crowds and even more massive hoards of mosquitos everywhere. That and a creeper that ...