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... at a few hotels but none of them impressed me until we came to this one called The Chakrie Residency Hotel. The rates were slightly on the high side for this small town. We took the three beds room plus an additional mattress and that was INR 3000 per night. The room however was very nice. It had a plush feeling to it.
I had to ensure that the room was good as my parents would not be heading to the Tirupati Temple tomorrow morning with us ...
... myself to be pushed with the crowd through the corrals and into the sanctuary, the small idol of Lord Ventekashwara watching me from afar with his glowing red eyes. I quickly made my wish in the few seconds I could see him as the crowd carried me past. After some more time in sardinelike state and a mad rush out of the sanctuary, I finally felt like I could breath again. Oh, and everyone who visits the temple gets a nut-flavored sweet on the way out.
... only handle a couple of bites. Wanting to remember this experience a few of us bought some of the string bracelets they were selling outside of the temple.
This really was a surreal experience and not like any other temple visit I’ve done to date. I had a range of emotions during the whole experience from boredom (waiting in the VIP queue), scared (first time joining with the long waiting pilgrims), thrilled (being pushed through the temple with ...
... destination. As we were told that we were not allowed to take cameras in, we regretted the opportunity to get great views of the city on the way up. But oh well, we weren’t here for photography, we were here to visit a Hindu temple.
A we gathered our group, we followed our tour leader to the gate, then we were lead through to another section where, as foreigners we had to show our passports. Waiting patiently, we were then told that we each had ...
... the lights when hundreds of mosquitoes started to terrorbomb us into submission. Finally around 4 am. we acknowledged defeat and went out to find another hotel (after spending five minutes trying to wake up the guy with the key to the gate. Indians are extremely heavy sleepers.)
We went next door, paid 2,5 times as much for a room and fell asleep right away.
Well, that was fine but the next night (we were going to check out at ...