Doing a trek in reverse!

find here So, I’ve figured that I have a slight OCD about treks.

سًوق الاسهم السعودي I visited Mysore and Coorg during a 3 day long weekend. There’s a nice stair hike called Chamundi hills in Mysore that gives great views of the entire city. It’s possible to go all the way up by a bus or else you could take stairs, which are about 1000 in number.

ما الذي يمكنني القيام به لكسب المال من المنزل I decided to take stairs and asked the bus driver to drop me at the base. He forgot and took me to the top instead! So instead of missing out, what I did was I went down via stairs and then came back up 🙂

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استشاره بيع اسهم Here’s a picture of Mysore palace, well lit up during the festival Dusshera:

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Website By the way, I’ve been to 13 countries and most of them alone, but this was my first solo trip within India!