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Some sea salt extraction areas could be seen en route. We bombed along on pretty good roads. Saw several Christian churches and the first cemeteries of the trip. Some places actually knew what paint was. There had been several probably swish vacation properties off to our left ie on the Bay of Bengal.
Pondicherry is directly ruled by the national government so it had a state border crossing. The general skin colour is darker for the ...
... take away anything you hold. After the adventurous trek we had the Darshana and then headed back to madurai to have our breakfast. Me and Sharat had done some window shopping as chella had an appointment. Evening we went back to Chella's place and had dinner.
We paced to Bus station as we were running out of time and reached just in time to catch the bus to Bangalore ending our amazing ...
... of all rail employees she could have found and getting all sorts of contradicting information, she managed to speak to the station master who showed her on his computer screen where our coach will be and told us where to sit at the platform.
The train was only 30 minutes late and the station master was right in his advice so without any issues we boarded the train and found our berths. The seating was great as I had the berth above ...
... a tourist shop over the road, and we climbed onto the roof of the shop to get some photos of the temple. On our way out, we of course looked at his Kashmir carpets and I'm afraid I have to confess that I bought one. It is hopefully going to be waiting for me in New Zealand when I get home. Today we had a day in Madurai. We wandered around the busy streets, and ended up buying some cotton tops for about NZ$4 each. Amazing! I find walking around in ...
... that he thought we would be interested in. After his great call for the last unscheduled stop, this was a dud. I thought I would wander back to check out the gold cutting going on at the back of the temple - figured it must be some artisans working on jewelry for the many visitors. Raj and I had some slight miscommunication though: when he pointed me back to this black outdoor, ...