I Woke up at 5:00 in the morning even before the sound of my alarm. This is the straight third day I woke up even before the alarm rang. What I understood from this is all you need to get up early in the morning is to have some purpose or an excitement of doing something you like and saying yourself to wake up at particular time before sleeping. As I woke up I heard the rain drops dropping on metal sheets which were used as roof cover for a house or shop which was beside the room where I stayed. It was still dark outside & I couldn't see clearly whether it was drizzling or pouring down.
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Day 1 - https://www.tripoto.com/trip/my-way-to-mysore-day-1-5a2da4f40a780
Day 2 - https://www.tripoto.com/trip/my-way-to-mysore-5a2d9824a1e1b
Day 3 - https://www.tripoto.com/trip/my-way-to-mysore-day-3-5a2db23534dc3
It was still raining as I went on to finish my brush and bath deciding to leave as soon as it stops raining. I dressed up and went out to have a look and it was drizzling a bit and looked like it will stop in some time.
I left my room at around 6:00 am and left to city bus stand which was 7 minutes walk using Google maps.
The roads were wet, clean and empty.
The shops along the road were closed.
The tea stalls were buzzing with men.
The birds were flying and chirping.
The clouds were creeping away and
I was walking and walking.
After a quick walk I was in bus stand and that day I felt I was as lucky as Bangladesh winning a cricket match against India because the bus which was going on my way looked like it was waiting for me.
I got into the bus and sat down. After some time conductor came to collect ticket and I asked for a day pass giving her a 100/- rs note. To my surprise she asked for change of 50 rs/-. I was stunned to know that the price of a day pass in such a nice bus and flexible transport is as low as 50 rs/-. I felt that I had already won the day. After about 5-10 minutes the bus left towards its destination so was I.
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