Shringar Intercontinantel Hotel
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... our hands. We smiled graciously as it was delicious and the women seemed pleased that we were enjoying it. We ate as much as we could then tried to figure out how to politely discard what we could not finish. One of the women followed us and tried to herd us I down a hall after we put the leftovers in the bin. We laughed and missed what she trying to show us- a tap to wash our hands. This friendly offer of food to complete ...
... a soft aubergine curry with biryani followed by a syrup-soaked sponge and custard dish.
Then we join the overnight train to Chennai (Madras). The station is busy with Tibetan pilgrims on their way to a rendezvous with the Dalai Lama. The bunks in the sleeper car are hard but the linen crisp and clean. We settle down to sleep but are disturbed by new passengers boarding near midnight and regular jolts as the engine ...
Our day of sightseeing in India was amazing. We traveled from Bangalore to Mysore which was about a 3 hour drive. We spent our long car ride talking about India and all of the interesting cultural aspects. I enjoyed learning about Hinduism and how there is a god for everything here. Joseph explained to us how important tourism is here and, to ensure excellent service, the Department of ...
... a stunning experience.
But we left hungry as it was approaching dinner time. So we walked to the hotel we had been denied a room at that morning (seems like it was a lot longer ago). Along the way we tried to buy a bus ticket to Hampi, but we were at the wrong station. We both had a major temper tantrum as decision fatigue and actual fatigue begun to have their way with us. Lauren stormed off in a random direction and when she returned apologetically I stormed off. We ...
... having had our photos taken with Indians for the first of many times. We found an ATM along a busy shopping area with street stalls selling clothes; walked past the memorial Hall and Clock Tower; saw a march by a religious or political sect; and went for a beer at the Parklane Hotel to cool down.
At 19.00, we returned to the Palace expecting to have to look from the outside but the gates were open. After getting blessed in one of ...