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... the Governor of Madras partially restored the palace and the work continues today.
We visited the palace in the evening for a Son et Lumiere show tells the story of Silappathikaram - one of the five important epic tales from the Tamil literature. This show was very disappointing compared to other Son et Lumiere show we have seen and we thought could ...
... here and there. We stopped at Pattumala Matha Pilgrim Shrine, atop a hill. We climbed the stairs, ominous clouds about. There were no pews inside. The design of the altar was local. Lucas scrambled to get his sheep back aboard.
Not much in the way of signage but we were on NH 183. We saw banana plantations c 1500. Waterfalls fell off the Western Ghats. There was some lumbering being done.We took a break of 20M for a coffee or tea and fried banana half at 1540. ...
... on route we crossed the bridge over the river, but there was no water, literally no river , it hadn't rained for months and it had totally dried up. It was really sad, the tuk tuk driver told us that people had started praying for water, very sad. We spent a good hour at the museum, Gandhi truly was an amazing man, and such an inspiration for people today. We then headed for the Meenakshi Temple, the temple we had heard most about and a must see. It ...
We caught the number 1 bus. We got it right first time, but this was pure luck. This time we caught it to the massive train station that is the Trichy Train Junction. Before we got on the train we wandered off to a recommended restaurant, searching for a continental breakfast. Curry fatigue is setting in. Choosing the air conditioned restaurant meant cutting through the entire hotel and interrupting ...
... its trunk! These dinners and trips kept us all sane as we laughed about very similar experiences and challenges during our time here.
All of this sounds like the volunteering itself was a totally negative experience. Far from it. Adjusting to working life in India was very hard, but by the end of the 5 weeks we both achieved so much and felt we had got a great deal out of it. All the head tutors at Aravind are following Tracie’s ...