Hotel Oriental Towers
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... were mainly tourists and we had to be quick getting from the holy of holies to the bed chamber so we could get a good position when the silver palanquin arrived, carried by four sweating, half naked priests. We got there early, and stood in what was a good position, until a whole heap of people came and stood in front of us. This raises another interesting moral dilemma for the modern manners guru. If you are there first, should you move to the front of 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 ...
... kept opening our door and coming into our room without knocking!! He was blaming my iPad for the breakdown of electrics!!! I held it up and waved it around the room saying that it wasn't plugged in, so how can it be my iPad??! I'm not sure he understood me. Eventually mum and I locked ourselves in our room and tried to go to sleep!! Not much chance of that... and we couldn't wait to get out of this hotel. Not many photos from this day as it was all too stressful! It will be funny one ...
... 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, ...
... was a little bit more refreshing than we had become used to which was nice. I was particularly taken with the giant white temple, nearly all the other temples had been very brightly painted and it begins to feel like you are in a theme park or something. We made the mistake of trying out the rooftop walk on one of the temples. Not only was the view pretty bad but also the tiles on the roof were just so incredibly hot your feet burned even when stood on the mats!