eating sushi in india :: day 20 :: sunday funday

On Sundays, the Anokhi Garden and Guesthouse is open for breakfast and lunch, and also hosts a bunch of pop-up shops. Today there was a woman reading tarot cards, a couple of people selling jewelry and statues, another woman selling yoga tops and handbags, and a guy silkscreening t-shirts. Here, he’s creating a dark blue to light blue gradient on a white tank top. Still pretty fun to watch.

The rest of my day was low-key. I finalized my plans for the rest of my stay in India (I’m going to check out Goa), bought an inexpensive suitcase to schlep home the things I’ve bought while here, then hung out at the pool and started a new book - Little Fires Everywhere, by Celeste Ng. (I’m only a few pages in, and already hooked.)

Favorite photo of the day - I’m not sure, but is this a lotus?

Favorite photo of the day - I’m not sure, but is this a lotus?

I’m looking forward to tomorrow. I’m going to Chamundi Hill with one of the other women staying here. It’s the last bit of touristing I’ll do in Mysore. Since it’s a moon day (meaning there’s no yoga tomorrow, in observance of it).

Sunset from the roof of Anokhi Garden Cafe & Guesthouse. It only took me 20 days to post a sunset picture.

Sunset from the roof of Anokhi Garden Cafe & Guesthouse. It only took me 20 days to post a sunset picture.