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- Airport Transportation
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... We were not aware of this until we reached the temple. A contradiction we found laughable to say the least. Security and no photographs we accept, but only to accept this device and not another, frustrating. To add to our plight, it had rained prior to our arrival and the streets were awash. In some areas water was more than ankle deep. For us to witness the somewhat restricted festivities, we would have been required to (probably) walk through some of ...
... to a coconut palm near our house. He is laying down watching us keenly as we walk cautiously across his patch. Once our backs are turned he leaps sharply to his feet and charges us, only to be brought to an abrupt halt by the rope around his neck. The kids find this enthralling and all the way to breakfast we hear brave Sir Rana’s tales of how she will head butt it into submission if it tries it again.
Just as we are finishing breakfast we are joined ...
... tower alone. Then there are two smaller towers inside which house the Shiva shrine and the Meenakshi shrine. Sadly, Parvati the temple elephant wasn't around to clobber me round the head in exchange for a coin under the guise of "blessing" me on account of a month long Tamil Nadu temple elephant holiday. This pleases me, I'm glad the elephants get a holiday. I'm currently typing this imagining hundreds of ...
... seaweed, yummy! One day when it was pouring with rain we went here for lunch, they wrapped all our snacks up in banana leaves and newspaper, including a spicy sauce made from coconut and chilli, again wrapped up in banana leaves and paper, we took our haul of goodies back to the hotel and ate every last bite with gusto!
We also found the local places to eat, one, Sam and Paul had been to before, we went and were directed through to the slightly ...
... are on NH 85.Photography from a moving vehicle is not a useful exercise. I found I had some luck shooting behind, then just having to worry if my contortions were leading to a level shot. A large number of today's shots from the bus are already in the dustbin.
We started our first of many ascents and descents. The roadside danger markings are mauve and black. Saw the first windfarms of the trip. Lucas said wind and solar power accounts for only 1% of the energy needs ...