Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center (Ivac)

Address: Lalithadripura Post Box No-3, Mysore, Karnataka, 570028, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Lalithadripura Post Box No-3, Mysore, is near Srirangapatna, Somnathpur Temples, Halebidu Temple, and Vijayanagar.
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    Travel Blogs from Mysore


    A travel blog entry by nat0wens on Oct 13, 2014

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    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 …

    The Amazing Race: India Edition

    A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 22, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... late 1700’s and was famous for fighting against the British during the time of their invasion. He eventually died in battle with all but two of his family members also being slaughtered. Joseph told me that the British took Tipu Sultan’s two sons back to Britain as hostages and returned them many years later. The 7th generation of Tipu Sultan now lives in India again but in a much lower class than the luxury Tipu Sultan enjoyed.

    On the drive to our next ...

    How many Indians....

    A travel blog entry by lick on Feb 16, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... all the jobs no-one else wants to do, a couple of cleaners and of course a cashier. All these staff will be male with the exception of the cleaners who will be low caste women. In short, you need a lot of people to change a lightbulb in India. How crowded is too crowded? Travelling around a country as huge as India means a lot of train and bus journeys. On these journeys we have observed a phenomenon that seams very strange to us; intensional overcrowding. When boarding a ...

    Time Travel through Mysore

    A travel blog entry by gonzalogirado on Feb 19, 2012

    19 photos

    ... it is the betrayal of one’s trust that is the part that angers a person. Anger is only a secondary feeling; it is a feeling that emerges as a defensive reaction against the environment from other upsetting feelings such as frustration, disappointment, betrayal, failure, unfairness and many others. You never see someone being simply angry, this anger stems from another emotion that was created by the environment. So this anger or frustration with the system, or betrayal ...

    A blessing in Mysore

    A travel blog entry by kmartadventure on Nov 07, 2011

    3 photos

    ... summit could we see the palace. We couldn't even find a rickshaw driver who would take us back down the hill to the good viewing area! We had to settle for catching the bus back into the city centre and getting another glimpse - the palace glowed like gold. We were fortunate that our bus also passed right by the palace on the way to the bus station, and wow was it ever bright! We tried to walk back to enjoy it for longer, but by that time it ...

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    Mysore, India