The Windflower Resort and Spa, Mysore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... both enjoyed our time there. He was now working at a bank in Mumbai and was on a little break to see some nature in the south.
I then went back to my room to finalise packing, and recharge batteries.
In the morning I checked out, got breakfast at the bus station, and then climbed aboard the local bus to ...
... After we vaguely evaded her pleas for a bit the nurse agreed to put Robert on the phone.
Rob appeared to be in relatively good spirits for someone that has just had a scooter accident in the hills of India. The expected inquiries were made and the answers were as follows. Rob has fractured his arm and his doctor believes a pin/plate will be needed based on the location of the fracture more than the severity. At least that's the impression I got. ...
... At the State Parliament building I met one of the security police and after a short chat he allowed Slim and I in to take a few photos just inside the secured area. Obviously our good looks and charm !! Then into the botanical gardens and onto the Lalbagh Gardens for a walk around, we also visited a local temple which featured a large bull carved out of a monolithic piece of granite. Shades of the large Buddhas that Gay and I have seen ...
... Jessica bought some material, and we both purchased some jewellery and a sandalwood carving. We were served masala tea while we slowly considered all the items brought to us. By the time we left the store, we both jingled as we walked, due to the silver chains that now encircled an ankle each - but we stopped short of toe rings. The Mysore art gallery was interesting - it had many objects ...
... ourselves (again) wandering around some sketchy places. Everything was fine as we only had limited money on us so we were up for getting robbed if it happened (which it wouldn't!). We spoke to endless amounts of tuk tuk men to test their English and compare their prices. We wanted to go back to the hotel to redress my foot, up to Chamundi Hill and back to the hotel. This was way too complicated for the driver that actually had his English skill regress ...