Thankyou to Aarthi, mum, daughter Aria and son Aroh, oh and the irrepressible dad Ajit — visiting from Canada — for a lovely opportunity to meet and get to know each other. We had great fun cycling on the amazing Srirangaptnam.
Well done to Aroh for cycling the whole distance independently on a child size cycle.
What a wonderful family who have reinforced an important lesson.
It was equally a pleasure to meet Paul, originally from the UK who after a spell of work in Bangalore also joined the tour before returning to Australia where he now lives.
There’s lots of interest on our tours… history, culture, birds, each other and….
It’s why we do it…. What? …. It’s meeting and connecting with people and hopefully adding to their enjoyment of their visit to Mysore. We’ve been doing it since starting Mycycle tours and Mysore Bed and Breakfast ten years ago.
It is especially important as with the loss of my Manjula combined with the closure of the business because of the pandemic I’ve become more isolated. Haven’t we all?
The advice from the new book I’m reading is ….
that …. Connecting with people, realising how we’re part of something bigger and helping us feel good is critical for a healthy heart.
Obvious really but we need reminding…
What better way is there to connect than to lead cycle tours and share our home?
So MyCycle Tours are now available again as will be Mysore Bed and Breakfast.
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