Mysore Chitravana Resort
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Madurai - the place of pilgrims Madurai is one of the oldest continually inhabited places in the world, currently standing at two millennia, with many rulers in recorded history since the 3rd century BC. No wonder then that it is a city renowned for its spirituality and the Meenakshi temple which also clocks up a good few years being built between 1623 and 1655. It is said to receive around 15,000 visitors a day, have an annual revenue of 60 million ...
Our guest-house manager (slightly ashamed we don't know his name) gave us the name of the hospital Rob had been admitted to; Morning Star. We used this to do several searches online for possible phone numbers and after a few dead ends we got a ring tone. A lady answered and immediately recognised the name we asked for. She practically begged us to come in a see Rob. She even guilt tripped us with the news that he would probably be going in ...
... At the State Parliament building I met one of the security police and after a short chat he allowed Slim and I in to take a few photos just inside the secured area. Obviously our good looks and charm !! Then into the botanical gardens and onto the Lalbagh Gardens for a walk around, we also visited a local temple which featured a large bull carved out of a monolithic piece of granite. Shades of the large Buddhas that Gay and I have seen ...
... a nice afternoon in the sun. This was the point where I finally got stuck into my new book: The Big Short. We stayed up there until about 4 when we headed out on an ATM adventure so Sam could spend more money on silk scarves. At the time of writing I'm unsure if I like the patterns here relative to what would look good in England. But I bought one each for Emily and mum anyway. They cost around £8 each ...
... malls or big stores it is still very much a culture of the small shops in the towns we saw.
Did I mention the process of ordering and buying? The carbon paper business is strong in India and orders at places are usually written in triplicate at least. It is a strange juxtaposition of old and new here and jarring at times with all the high tech items yet even newer stores like Coffee A Day don't seem to have the concept of bar code scanning or maybe a one touch button ...