Hotel Parvathi Residency
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... bunch of guys with beaming smiles and we knew we were in the right place. We joined the boozers for a bit and they were friendly as hell.
I need to give a big shout out to the gorgeous Viking girls Kia and Mathilde who gave us a tip to stay at the Saravana Lodge, which is right next to the temple. More to the point they advised us to take a rooftop room with a balcony affording views of both sunrise and sunset. Better than that, there was a series of rickety ladders ...
... It was like that time I went to Ikea in Croydon and nearly had a breakdown because they'd laid it out so you were forced to walk a certain route. As soon as you walk through the door you instantly lose all free will to roam as you please and are cunningly steered past ALL of their things whether you wanted an understated yet stylish lamp or not, but at least Ikea had a shortcut to the ...
... of the temple is the work of a number of persons spread over a number of centuries. It is a complex of many beautiful structures constructed at various times and is one of the best specimens and a store house of the Dravidian style of art and architecture.
After darshan we return back to the hotel and take a good rest to prepare for yet another long drive to Mandya in Karnataka, to my uncles house.
... while leaving me to watch for the bus.
As soon as she entered the store a bus pulled up and the crowd of locals exhorted me to get on. I did. The bus started pulling away as I was hanging onto the side frantically glancing between the conductor and Lauren who was just coming out of the store. The crowd yelled at the conductor to stop the bus and this worked for a little while. Lauren, full backpack on, lumbered her way towards us. ...
... was nothing but extreme appreciation from the students and staff. After quite a hunt we were able to find a new "MRF" cricket bat with a couple of new balls which we also presented. My last period at school was spent playing cricket after begging the teacher with the kids for a "drill" class - free lesson. I made a duck after smashing it out of the ground into an area I wasn't supposed to. A great way to finish our stint at the school. Being our final day in ...