Crystal Paark Inn
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... up getting an Indian top with some leggings and a new bag as the one I'd bought in Dehli was falling apart. Little shopping spree over we got a light dinner - I'm really liking these Idly things which are steamed rice pattys with a pot of curry and a pot of lentil, yoghurty type sauce. Back in the room we realised we had English channels on our tv so sat and had a film night watching the film Australia.
The second day we firstly went to the ...
... an opportunity to have barbequed sheep feet but declined the offer.
No pictures today as the internet is too slow.
Off to the coast tomorrow on an 11 hour bus trip. We are heading towards the AMA ashram to stay for a few days or up to a week if we like it.
Need to go and shower all the color off our faces and out of our ears. Scrabble game and early bed.
Tamela and Rhonda
... simply be because it was the first big city we have been to in a while or because we were both feeling a bit poorly whilst here. Much of our Stay was spent in our hotel room which was comfortable and had a fan, a TV and a fairly good constant WiFi connection.
We did manage get out to see the zoo which unlike other pitiful zoos in India, conforms to higher standards and there were signs around the zoo stating none of ...
... zoo with large, nature-mimicking enclosures for many of the animals.
But the Palace is simply something else. The former seat of the Wodeyar maharajas, it was built in the early 20th century (completed in 1912) after the former palace was destroyed by fire.
The exterior is imposing and grand. The interior is a fantasy of stained glass, marble, exotic woods, mirrors, paintings, statues, gold-plated metalwork and gaudy colors. Unfortunately, ...
... the overpass to platform 8, we walked to the end, about 1 km to the booth, and purchased our first class tickets to Mysore just as the train pulled into the station, mind you the train is across on the other platform, only took 30 minutes for this whole process.
We boarded our train and headed to Mysore, the city of palaces, 140 km or 2 hours cost $6:00 each in air conditioned comfort, we were surprised to recieve water and lunch ...