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Travel Blogs from Mysore
... center parting of a Hindu woman's hair signifies that she is married.
Like almost all markets we've visited, there is no cold storage for perishables. Everything being sold is fresh and either sold that day or tossed. From my readings, there is a tremendous amount of food loss/waste at Indian markets because they have no long term storage facilities.
Because Mysore has ...
... Ernakulam je n’ai pas du tout galéré pour aller récupérer mon gros sac que j’avais laissé à l’hôtel d’avant.
Par contre, rejoindre la station de train Ernakulam town fut plus compliqué. J’ai pris un premier bus qui devait soit disant me déposer tout près. Bon on ne doit pas avoir la même notion de tout près… Il a en fait fallu que je prenne un autre bus, et donc que je demande mon chemin et que je décrypte maints hochements ...
Favourite city so far. Lots open spaces, great sites, people are very open and has the prettiest Indian ladies I've seen so far. Spent the first night in a hotel known to house goings on of prostitutes. I couldn't even get myself a woman there!! Had a bit of lonely day on Friday and the 'dark shadow' took over! Happy again now in my existential wonderings/wanderings. Another interesting time at the train station ...
... a curtain separating you from bunks across the corridor. We soon started talking to our new traveling companions, 2 gentlemen from the rail company, who had been in Mysore for a course and were now heading home. One of the gentlemen worked on the longest platform in the world , which I think he called Annapurnam. A traveler across the corridor was very chatty, wanting to know where we came from, what we did and how much we earned?
The railway ...
... landscaped gardens. We had a
bit of an orientation walk, then went for lunch. Later we caught the
ferry and went further into the town around the jewish quarter, which
was interesting. The following morning we got up at 6 so we could get
a tuk tuk to the harbour to the fish market, but for some reason
they weren't allowing foreigners into the area, so we went for a walk
instead along the river. Me and Ginger went for ...