The Windflower Resort and Spa, Mysore
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- Continental Breakfast
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New Year's Day 2014 is earmarked for a trip to Mysore Palace, reputedly amongst the grandest of India's royal buildings. Originally the seat of the Wodeyar maharajas, it was gutted by fire in 1897 and subsequently rebuilt in 1912 by the English architect, Henry Irwin. It is described as an Indo-Saracenic marvel - a kaleidoscope of stained glass, mirrors and gaudy paint schemes :-) Designed at the end of the Victorian era and competed in the Edwardian, ...
... lift the spirits. Now I knew why they call this route difficult or was I finding it difficult because they had said so. Now I could see that there were a number of overweight guys, men with bandy legs, women with knocked knees, some elderly, some in Bermudas with formal nylon socks returning to cover the full marathon distance. I felt humbled and realised that my pain was negligible, compared to these valiants. A persons appearance should never be ...
So I left the hotel this morning around 8.30 to have a walk round Gandhi Square and find somewhere for breakfast. First of all, nowhere was open and secondly there were literally no other women around, where are they all?! It felt a bit weird but after a while a ...
... were all waiting on platform 4 for us – oh that old chestnut - we didn't
believe that to be true, cause we always all meet up together at the
entrance of places to make sure we've all arrived ok. Fred &
Ginger went to check, as he was so insistent, but of course they
weren't there. Got Santo's mobile number and made the driver ring
him and yes, he'd taken us to the wrong station! The air was blue.
Eventually arrived at the correct station and ...
... Hill to see a temple, a very big bull and he even allowed Donna to have a go at driving his tuk tuk. He tried several times to get us into his mates' sandalwood oil shop and silk shop but we gave them both a miss. We then hit the zoo, to ensure we saw a tiger before we left India. We also saw a leopard, which is quite amazing since we couldn't find one in Africa for 7 1/2 months!
That evening we took a bus out to Brindavan Gardens for ...