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... between the deity images are panels showing positions of classical dance.
Upon careful observation one can find the British presence on the stone carvings of the temple, with a few portraits of an English lady and an English Man carved out along with other depictions.
We next go to the museum where we could see many of the monolithic carvings of the Cholas ranging back to as old as 10th century.
Eventually she was pointed in the direction of a nice hotel and although it was double our budget - a whole £20 a night, the AC was a real clincher and we took the room. By now the temperature outside had reached a searing 40 degrees so we were both glad to escape it. The room also had a fabulous bathroom with an amazing hot power shower to get the train dirt and dust off us. That extra £10 was well worth it!
... under a roofed area where it gives out “blessings” in the form of a trunk touch. In return the owners get a “donation” in the form of fat stacks of cash. While we were there the elephant was paraded around in the heat and on the oven hot stonework. Next was a tree wrapped in coloured strips of cloth. This obviously related to the statues of the guy with a tree growing out of his head, but we couldn't be bothered finding out how. Is it literal or ...
... on taking one of the vacant seats across the aisle from us. The argument raged for 10 minutes, with lots of shouting and gesticulating, then the man took the seat, and it was all over.
Features seen from the train were lagoons and sand spits bordering the sea to the north east, a lot of water birds, and land becoming progressively drier for a few kilometres before reverting to wetlands and coconut and toddy palm groves. We socialised with the locals in ...
... possibly midday tomorrow), so we gave up, and managed to snag a three wheeler waiting, which took us to the World Heritage listed Brihadishwara temple for 70Rs, a much more reasonable price, but it was a shorter trip, and we weren't coming to or from a flash hotel. After a quick and only moderately scary trip, with plenty of wrong-side driving, cutting across traffic, making room for buses and motorcycles where no room seemed to exist, we were dropped off at the front ...