The Windflower Resort and Spa, Mysore
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to their original positions.
So anyway. Yellow cows. Just when you think you've learned to expect anything India has to throw at you, yellow cows happen. It looks like no bovine escaped the treatment which someone told me was turmeric and was for the Sankranti festival which had just passed. It's a harvest festival, I think it's the Karnataka equivalent of Tamil Nadu's Pongal but yellow cows kinda **** all over Tamil Nadu's powder ...
... would collect a comission. This is quite common and sometimes annoying. This time however I was in the mood for anything. We went through the Muslim bazaar and some back streets. We then ended up at an oil shop. We talked for a bit about what he had. Lotus oil, lily oil, musk. The place was neat. He had samples of everything and incense to. He was also in the business of Ganga oil. And as it turns out the sale of ...
... called Adam from my hostel and I'm embarrassingly bad, as I can hardly stretch my hands beyond my knees but everyone has to start somewhere. We practice in a Hindu temple hall and Adam doesn't think the teachers instructions are brilliant but he spends almost he entire hour with us and at least I get a personalised lesson. On 26th flu kicks in and for the next few days I lie in bed ill not able to do anything. I probably caught the illness after my run when my immune system was ...
... made with full fat raw milk boiled for 20 minutes to kill any bacteria. One litre of milk makes paneer for 2 and Tina boiled up 5 litres. When the boiling is complete, the cream is skimmed off the top, saved to a container that goes into the fridge and is later made into ghee. Lemon juice is added to the boiled milk, forming curds and whey and then strained through cheese cloth, pouring off the whey. Tina continually stressed that nothing is wasted ...
... Fortunately the palace had an audio guide which saved Barni or a guide having to tell us what was what.
The walls of the palace are filled with paintings depicting ceremonies during the days of the maharajahs especially in the Edwardian period, it was amazing how the colours remained so bright , they looked like they could have been painted and hung only yesterday . The original palace burnt down in 1897 the present one completed in 1912 by ...