Annamalai International Hotel
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Today our first stop was at a bird sanctuary. In view of the distance, and the terrible roads we considered calling it off. However, the roads were pretty good, for a change, and the drive through the country side very pleasant. Once there we each paid £1 entry plus 25p to use a camera and then were free to stroll along a walkway beside a long lake called a tank. The sanctuary was founded over 100 years ago when farmers realised that the water from the tanks, full of guano ...
... some funny looks as you s****** to yourself.
Walking to the tourist section led us past a river of littler and sewerage. Check out the attached picture to see a pretty common sight in India.
We struggled to find a hostel and had to settle for a pretty run down place called, “The French Guest-house”. While we waited I watched a large cockroach forlornly struggle up the tiled wall. The upside is that we inadvertently ...
... day in Auroville, we caught up with another travelling family – or rather they caught up with us as they had been travelling a few days behind us for a few weeks. It was great meeting like-minded people, who knows what it is like travelling with kids and too hear all their amazing experiences.
Experiences like the one we had in Auroville are one of the best things about travelling: being surprised and amazed by places that you didn’t know what to expect ...
... ocean is the skeleton of an old Dutch house where a few builders are at work.
We visited Pulicat to see four Indian - Dutch heritage places:
· the new Dutch cemetery;
· the old Dutch cemetery;
· the remainders of the fort Gelria; and
· the Dutch tax house.
The old cemetery is now in ruins with thorny bushes growing every where and it is used as an open toilet. In the wall is a sign: ...
... come to a French bakery and want brie in their sandwich!? Or something other than the processed cheddar I got served! God forbid we gave them more money than necessary. Oh well.
The next day we spent time wandering around the French quarter again. We still didn't find much we liked. Disappointing but not unexpected. We were quite relieved now to be leaving for Bangalore as this was our last stop on our Indian adventure.