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... was nearby. Lucas said it will get hotter later in the tour; great. Will have to uptake the water consumption.
We walked along the esplanade to Place de la Republique to see a statue of Gandhi. I did not realize the French ever had a presence in the country.
Made our way to the yellowish Notre Dame des Anges [a fitting place for me re angels and all]. It was a rather muted interior. We walked past the assembly hall, the parliament for ...
We took a mini trip around the city in a tuk tuk to see some local sights but i have to say they didn't compare to the temple.
What was really interesting though was the Gandhi Museum.
As we are in India for their Independence day it was quite appropriate to be there too.
Just reading about him is an inspiration and it makes you realise just what a special man he ...
... 8217;s but if something can go wrong it will – well, the whole bloody coach was quiet except of our part (almost coupe, but instead of doors curtains) where to guys were snoring like they would be paid for it… we tried everything, but we did not even manage to wake those retards up. Completely tired I was able to get 2 hours of sleep (poor Lenka who had to listen to 3 guys snoring) to be woken up at around 4 o’clock when ...
... JC Residency Hotel in Madurai, which clearly caters to business travellers, also did not serve alcohol. Three days without alcohol is a reminder that we are in a different culture, and quite frankly made me think about the position of alcohol in New Zealand society in a different light. Is it really necessary to have liquor outlets in every small group of shops? Anyway, I hope our next stop allows us to feed our addiction, but I fear this will not be the ...
... time cheese and other food products were also sold at the market.
The designer of the building was probably master mason John Croxton, who was also responsible for the Guildhall.
After the Great Fire of 1666 destroyed the structure it was rebuilt, this time as a covered market.
The open-ended, glass-roofed shopping arcade that ...