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... yet had one - it was so good... So good in fact we had another two each today! At the beach side we found a goat in a bin alongside many other goats and cows eating the rubbish, as you see daily here in India. It just seems more sad to see it at the seaside.
In the evening, Raja informed us that it was his birthday and he wanted to invite us to his friends house for a drink. Deciding to trust him we went along, first to a really dodgy ...
... 22 theertha kundams with in the temple premises before having darshan. There many guides who will approach us as soon as we enter the temple premises. One needs to negotiate the deal of how much to pay them if we need their services. It is believed that the water from these kundams have some medicinal properties. The history of the temple is linked with "Ramayan" and it is believed the the diety was installed by Lord Rama after the war with Ravana ...
... checked into it (1000 rs per night), they also had a tie up with some local transport who planned our trip to Danuskodi next day. So we went to our room, finished all our biological needs and decided to do Darshan.
Had Darshan of Lord Shiva and went by the beach side tasting street food.Had our dinner in sarvana bhavan and reached room to hit the sack.
... 8217;re going to stay at Visalam, an extremely upmarket place, judging by the price of A$344 per day for bed, breakfast and dinner. We can only hope that we can say the same about it.
We leave with Shiva and a driver, going directly to Thirumayam Fort, parking near the rock tank at the base of the outcrop. Murray allows himself a pied kingfisher photo (rationed since the dozens taken in Africa) at the tank, and we walk up rock-cut steps to a balanced boulder on ...
The new Aam aadmin Party = Common People party was a shocker in the New Delhi state elections 10 days ago. It bagged 28 seats out of nothing, spinning off from civil society action and trouncing the ruling Congress Party, which fell back dramatically to 8 seats. The BJP party won 31 seats, not enough to form a government. AAP campaigned on three issues:
- Listen to the ...