Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center (Ivac)
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- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
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INDUS VALLEY AYURVEDIC CENTRE
Tanya and I thought we would round off our placement by treating ourselves to a touch of pampering and so we checked in to an Ayurvedic Centre in Mysore called the Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre (IVAC) for a 6 night treatment package.
Firstly we met with the ayurvedic doctor whom was extremely …
We had to sit with the Frenchman for breakfast. What a moaner he was! After a long diatribe about how awful everything was, Janey asked him if there was anything about India he did like. He thought for a bit and thhen said that there werre 2 temples in the north which were quite nice.
We left him to it, and travelled to Mysore, a city of 2million, quite a contrast to last night where all we could hear were the frogs croaking! The road was ...
Today was our day in India to explore and explore we did! We began the day at 7am and were on the go until 11pm. The sights to see for the day were all in Mysore – three hours away from Bangalore. Our ACTE host for the week, Joseph Selven, ACTE Regional Executive for South East Asia, is based in Bangalore and knew all the places to visit. We made our first stop at the mausoleum of Tipu Sultan. The building reminded me of a palace figurine my grandfather brought home from ...
... smell of fish was pretty intense - my idea of hell! Was interesting to see though. If you want to eat fresh fresh that's probably the place to go. Sadly it's wasted on me but I did have a fresh coconut instead! A few of us grabbed some lunch at Dal Roti again which was delicious and we picked up something for the train journey too as it was going to be a long one.... We left Kochi at about 5ish to catch ...
Getting back into India from Nepal was always going to be a little risky....
We had double entry visa's but with the stipulation that you couldn't return to India within 60 days of leaving. We were only 3 weeks in Nepal. And perhaps we'd been traveling too long but Chris and I thought we could just 'wing' it. I mean they surely wouldn't deny us entry back to India right??
Unfortunately, the border guard did deny us entry and told us to turn around and go back ...