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... 163;600,000) and it was on the list of top 30 nominees for the 7 new wonders of the world. The temple has four main gates that tower high into the blue sky. You can see a Chinese influence in the gargoyles that adorn the temple turrets. Inside the temple is quite huge with a spiritual pool, a museum, stalls selling religious items (including biscuits which were lovely!) and of course the shrines. Pilgrims come in their hundreds wearing black to worship ...
... in significant amounts of pain. So it takes nearly 10 minutes before he can get taken to the hospital. This means a 45 minutes tuk-tuk ride through a winding mountain trail while trying to stop your broken bones from grinding together.
Lauren and I feel pretty terrible at leaving Rob to his fate. We'll call and check in on him regularly, but it is comforting to have people visit. We feel a lot worse when our bus drives through the town the hospital ...
... Bali etc.
Our viewing of Bangalore was short. By late morning we were on our way to Mysore. An expected trip of 3.5 hours. This was about spot on. The roads were wide and generally good. But those damn speed humps, sometimes only 500 -1000 metres apart, slow you down to a very low speed. If we didn't go over a 1000 of these, then I must have lost count at 999 !!!
The journey down was interesting and mainly through rural ...
... safely. He took us to Shilpashri's cafe which we kept calling Shilpa Shetty much to his amusement. We ordered chicken hyderabadi and chilly chicken to share with some roti. Both were the spiciest things we had eaten so far but tasted really good. Before ordering we were approached by a German solo traveller called Toby who joined us for dinner. He was a chemical engineering graduate and had a R&D job at a German engineering firm. Typical ...
... it cannot be used as an offering. You can't help but smell them. Stop for dinner in a 'beer garden' - food with beer, made a lot of people's day, in a restaurant called Park Lane! All a bit quirky. Sat 20:00 we went to the cinema again, this time to see a remake of a 1980s Bollywood movie, ie cheese with extra helpings of brightly coloured and cheerful dancing paneer! It actually had rather a lot of violence, impersonation of a lost child, attempted ...