well what a wonderful time we’ve had….. same but different…. Now most of those who visit are returners, or those who hear about us via word-of-mouth, you are all our friends.
So its been the usual mix of fab guests from all around the world, with a significant increase in travellers from Canada. We’re now getting to the end of our busiest period and we’re feeling the heat a teeny bit. The photos taken of our guests on cycle (or other tours) and at our lovely home can now be found on flickr here.
Please just search for the album that corresponds to the date you were here (sometimes albums might overlap!) and feel free to download any photos you like. Any problems, can’t find or download please contact Stephen at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m just catching up and responding to reviews on Trip Advisor. Its such a nice job, its actually one of those we should all aim for, a job that’s not a job, because we love it so much. We’ve got exactly that here, whether its welcoming guests, helping them get the best out of Mysore, helping them solve problems (lack of Rupee notes, comes to mind), chatting over dinner, making breakfast and dinner, preparing for new guests, keeping it ship shape, sharing jokes, building bridges across oceans and cultures. super!
Thank you so much to all of you who have left feedback and reviews wherever you’ve done it. Fact is we wouldn’t have been able to create what we have without it, our guests over the years have depended on fair, open and frank reviews. Thank you.
We’ve just completed yet another busy winter period with a rich variety of guests from around the world coming to experience the wonderful Mysore. Joining stimulating conversations at the relaxing BnB, meandering on our cycles through lush countryside, visiting interesting communities and learning about the magic of Mysore and the sensational Srirangaptnam. Photos of the guests and some of their experiences are now posted on https://www.flickr.com/photos/manjulasmysore/sets If you are looking for the photos taken while you visited, they are organised in sets according to the months youth stayed. Happy hunting, there’s lots 🙂 Stephen, Manjula and Lucy.