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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Serai Chikamagalur
wonderful staff , clean rooms , excellent food.
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Travel Blogs from Chikamagalur
... all the leeches that had decided to tag along. To top it, my friend was walking around with two extremely different slippers on her right and left leg as she had lost one of her slippers while crossing the stream. But as luck had it, a random slipper was waiting for her at the banks for her to continue the journey :-) The ride back was as jerky and bouncy but time was well-spent adoring the sheer beauty and power of Nature. We reached Tarikere, ...
... drove to Hassan. Here we stopped to visit an ancient temple, but firstly we stopped at a nearby stall to get some bananas and biscuits for our lunch. The stall owner insisted on giving me a flower chain and put it in my hair. The temple was really interesting. The entire site was carved from dark stone, so you can imagine how hot the surfaces were under your feet in the midday heat! Luckily there was a path of carpet ...
... too so we were quite happy with the place. We refreshed ourselves, had a bath and then left to get some dinner. We had dinner at Eats of Arab. We ordered grill chicken, a mutton biryani, and some rotis. The food was okay. We went back to the room and had a few drinks each. And so ends the fourth day of this trip.
... this lead to significant congestion. Also, partly due to the Indian accented English and multiple guides giving tours in different languages all in a confined space, it was actually hard to understand and hear what our tour guide was actually saying.
At the Hoysaleswara Temple, we observed some historic preservation work in progress – cleaning some of the carvings. I don’t know who was directing the work and what the objectives of it were. At the Jain ...
... base. It is held in place by gravity and being in perfect balance.
That is one thing to note we had guides at both complexes they were inexpensive something like $10 for the group of six of us. The guides were approved by the Indian Archeology department but if I understood correctly only made their money by guiding no salaries. They spoke good English and gave us details we would never had known ...