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... time. What we’ve come to see is the ceremony of Shiva and Meenakshi knocking off work for the day and being taken to their bed chamber.
During the final prayer of the day, God Shiva, husband of Meenakshi is carried in a palanquin from his shrine and escorted to his residing place, where Goddess Meenakshi waits in her shrine for her husband to come home. Once the God Shiva reaches his home, they rest in their bed chamber made of pure silver. The ...
... sleep with the heavy, and a bit damp, doona on and the AC on full to counteract it. This scenario is brought to you by a hotel with a notice in the bathroom stating how green they are. Lightweight cotton blankets definitely haven't made it to India.
Sunday 16th February Puducherry
We have a noisy breakfast in the lobby level dining room. It’s basically a buffet, but with enough western food for Murray to avoid having to venture into ...
... you mad!! I got so cross that I took the tissue paper from him and went and got Stephen and Guy's toilet roll that I'd given to them earlier. The thing is, this had all taken so long that it was now 11p.m. and Stephen and Guy would be leaving for the airport soon anyway. In between the whole toilet paper saga, I had been going back up to the room so that mum didn't think I'd been kidnapped and we had tried to turn the air con on. I turned it on and the whole of the ...
... time with a patient if the census is that high? Once we arrived at the casualty unit we were mildly confused as to where to go and we stood in the foyer. There were no signs and no sense of direction at all inside the building. After finally being welcomed into what seemed to be a triage area by the chief medical officer and we were able to speak with him about the unit and what went on a daily basis. We then finished our tour at the hospital with a trip to the ICU. Like always, ...
... along the way -- but ONE thing I will say for him, he was totally unabashed at stopping and asking for directions, which actually, is a really good thing for a driver without GPS in a different city. I was glad he was open to that. We eventually got there in one piece but I was really tired. Turns out the Grand Gardenia has a GREAT restaurant attached so we rested a bit, ate and I ran a big bottle of water out to Velu.
The drivers in India do not participate ...