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... store, where there was also a long queue at one window where they paid for what they wanted, then moved to the next window to say what they had paid for and then to a third window to collect the bottle (mostly rum at £2.30 a litre). RK insisted that we went straight to the 3rd window, where we brought the whole smooth running system to a halt. No one seemed to mind, it was such a novelty to see women buying booze, and white women at that!
... Erumely, reached at 1640. There was a nice mosque we passed by. Fish was for sale.The skies were darkening. You just never knew what might slide out from beyond the next sharp corner. Every now and then you would see a swish home; probably the summer digs of a tea or coffee baron.
I thought Big Mama might weigh 105 kilograms. I had to translate it into pounds and then into stones so Susie could make a judgment if I was high or low. Figured it was 16.5 stones. Susie said ...
... shiny and sparkly. There are flowers stalls, ribbon stalls, bangle stalls, silk scarf stalls, brass stalls and cheap tacky plastic toy stalls. We met a lovely lady here who had a friend in Bath and she was just charming so we ended up buying most of our nik nacks and gifts from her (she didn't have anything tacky in case you are wondering!)
The smell of jasmine flowers and incense sticks burning is everywhere and people are wandering about, ...
... in the midday heat we were at a complete loss. Forlornly we tried the Hotel Taj across the street and nearly cried in relief when they had space. Our attempts at haggling the price down was met with polite amusement – they could clearly see the desperation in our eyes.
Apart from having to go out for dinner I just lay groaning softly on the bed. It turns out it wasn't appendicitis for those worried. Mainly me. ...
Our plan now is to make our way towards Chennai over the next week or so.
Looking at the map, we figured that a short 200 km trip to Madurai, would be relaxing, comfortable, and allow us to arrive early in the day to do a tour of the town's sites. The first hitch came at the Kanakumari bus station. There was no direct bus to Madurai, we would have to change in a village called Tirunelveli, then hop on the next bus ...