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In Madurai angekommen hatten wir nun endlich bei bestem Wetter die Gelegenheit zum Sightseeing.
Der Haupttempel von Madurai, einer der groessten und wichtigsten in Tamil Nadu, ist einer fischaeugigen Goettin geweiht (hier durchaus ein Schoenheitsideal). Die Tempelanlage beherbergt aber noch eine Vielzahl anderer Goetter. Wie wir entdeckten …
Madurai 02.02.2011 to 06.02.2011
We took the 17.20 train from Kanyakumari arriving in Madurai ay 21.50. It's a great way to travel and we always meet nice and interesting people. This trip we shared our compartment with a budding young composer making his way home to Chennai together with his wife who seemed terrified of the little roaches …
... for being British! It was good to see that India and Britain 'parted as friends' though so Gill and I felt better after reading that. I also learned that India and Pakistan used to be the same country - I'm sure most other people know this already but I didn't so it was my 'fact find' of the day :) When we came out of the Gandhi museum we were accosted by two rickshaw drivers who wanted to take us back to our hotel. A rickshaw ...
... joined us and we chatted about our Indian experiences. Always nice to catch up with fellow travellers. He gave us some good tips on what to do next. Really wish we could find someone travelling in the same damn direction as us.
I hate that this hotel had someone whose job it is to push the elevator button for you. He spent the silent journey huddled in the corner facing the buttons. The idea that anyone could appreciate this “service” boggles my mind. ...
... dirty, chaotic and peeling. So what is there to do? Why not jump in a rickshaw and head to the harbor. See the fishermen who live under tarpaulins by their boats dragging their catches up to the concrete slab that serves as a wholesale market. Meet the local kids who all want to talk cricket. Then dinner in something called the Indian Coffee House, a chain of restaurants owned by the employees, dirt cheap food (fluffy paratha breads with curry and egg and chips for the ...
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