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... hard to hide an elephant so we just assumed that due to refurbishment it has packed its trunks and said good bye to the temple.
We enjoyed our visit anyway, observing all the rituals and buying flowers and coconuts as offerings. However, we did find out from another travelling family a few weeks later that the elephant was indeed still there giving blessings, it must just have had the day off when we went!
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... for dinner at a nice little white washed restaurant by the ocean called Le Cafe. It was really lovely to sit outside facing the water which we couldn't see as it was dark by this time, but which we could still here and feel. The waves crashing against the rocks and the cool breeze was so relaxing. This is a pretty cool place and not very expensive either. I can't actually remember what I ate there but I do remember that I drank ...
... very helpful man dressed entirely in white, driving a small Toyota. He whisked us to the Footprint bed and breakfast where we promptly went to bed. I woke pre-dawn to the sound of crows, dogs and car horns. We had breakfast (large!) before heading off to Mamallapuram. In heading off, we had to work out the tipping rules for the porter- the quick gesture of a hand reaching out ready to receive cash - but how much? Mr Mathew drove us with his hand on the horn, to indicate an ...
... a boat ride to the beach up an estuary. Tossing up whether to spent £1.5 for the trip, oh ok we are on holiday. Beach is fabulous, little restaurant, cold beer. We went late, could spend a s long as you like there. Like a little paradise. Scoot back to the hotel, change and scoot to supper. (Why walk). Bit of a mistake the demons come out on the road at night. Got away with ...
... Behind them sat a muslim family. Most of the places were occupied by Tamil families. It was fantastic to see people from all walks of life, of different religions, wearing different clothes sitting and eating in peace together. They respected each other and accepted each other. No one stared at any one. Pondicherry is a place where every international tourist should begin his trip of India. I think that way he won't have such a big cultural ...