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... for the next two days. And by companions, I mean roommates as we all took turns writhing in between the bed and the bathroom with Delhi Belly, and throwing in some delicious food eats and scootering in between.
Riding a scooter in Manali is like no other! You are dodging cows trying to get it on, dogs sleeping in the road, giant pot holes, other cars, people... The road isnot paved like how you would think, sort of with cement and stone and ...
... the tallest Lord Murugan statue in India. A brief history of the temple is as follows:
One of the foremost of Murugan temples in India, Vallakottai Murugan temple is situated in a tiny hamlet near Chennai. Vallakkottai is a hamlet in Kanchipuram District, situated at a distance of twelve kilometers south of Sriperumputūr on the Sriperumputūr Cenkalpattu Road 24 ...
... of the falls. In fact the falls are nearer to Kalahasti than to Tada. However since the approach is from Tada, outsiders call it Tada Falls. The road from Varadaiah-Palem to Ubbalamadugu checkpost is fairly OK. I was traveling on bike (One needs to be very careful and drive slowly). Once I reached the checkpost, I carefully listened to all the warnings from the ...
... eventually made it (actually I have no idea which town it's in) the hotel Kinerra and whilst making up my mind to either carry on riding for another hour or stop, I was approached by a lad from the hotel.
He was a great salesman and even said he'd pop out and get me a couple of cold beers if I stayed.
The room looked great and before you could say 'kingfisher light please' I was booked in, showered and sat ...
... to get a bad deal as the antique shop she owned was small, out of the way and my prayer gongs seemed pretty authentic and original at the time. Then again, the fact that they were surrounded by about twenty other prayer gongs in the same pattern and on the same shelf suggested they weren’t exactly hand-made by some wise Tibetan priest in the Himalayas.
Thursday was uneventful yet relaxing, gathering provisions for the trek with our cook, ...