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... t become too modern and start wearing black and grey.
Amazing, delicious vegetarian food at all budget levels that very rarely disapoints. Also eating with hands... it makes so much sense.
Temples. So magical and peaceful.
Cows on the street :)
Things I will not miss are pollution, rubbish and noise!
I would like to come back again one day, especially to visit the places around the Himalaya. ...
... most of those were quite spread out across the city. I decided to hire a tuk-tuk to take me around for the day to see as much as possible. The British-era High Court buildings turned out to not be open to tourists while Fort Saint George was closed because of some VIP visit. My stops included a visit to the Armenian Church, a walk on Marina Beach along the Indian Ocean, the Kapaleeshwarar Hindu Temple, and Saint ...
... country I have ever been to and I don't think I will either.
For anyone who loves taking photographs it is their dream country - there are colours everywhere, it's so full of life, it never sits still, it's never quiet, it's always amazing. It's so different from anything we know back home. There are people everywhere you look at anytime of the day or night and there's always something happening - an overload of the senses!! Some senses you don't want an ...
... poor slum area this is. One of the communities here lives alongside the railway line in reed huts and has done for generations. We heard about the desperate situation for many of the young people here and how a red light area has sprung up here – a drastic choice for some of the young girls. The small room they call the Resource Centre is packed with children and they have planned a cultural entertainment ...
... 3pm Mon-Fri
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