Hotel Sangam Tiruchirappalli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Tiruchirappalli or Trichy is a big industrial city right in the middle of Tamil Nadu. As such it is at the crossroads of all traffic through the state. We are back to car horns blaring and traffic congestion.
First of of all we headed to the rock temple. A large andstone Rock outcrop onto which it was decided to build a temple, …
In keeping with usual practice I left something at the hotel! The driver got a phone cal as we negotiated the sewer replacement project and as I was wondering if it had the correct characteristics for site of the day. Well, I had left my credit card at reception. This being India and nothing being too much trouble it was soon on its way being carried to a rendezvous point our driver had agreed with the ...
... we stocked up on fruit, yoghurt, oatmeal and muesli. We had a low table and chairs in our room and it was cool and comfortable. I did some wash, journaling and Dave worked on editing the pictures and blog.
Braving the Trichy Traffic for Nothing
At 1:00 pm, we decided to brave the noise, traffic and dust and take the motorcycle to Puthur market which we expected would be a vibrant and ...
... wiping the inside of the windows with a towel and he did slow down a bit! After a while the rain eased, but with all the horn tooting, constant overtaking, people driving down the wrong side of the freeways and roads (very common here!) and the driving appearing to be drowsy (we made him stop for a chai after three hours), it was a pretty nerve wracking trip of about four hours!
Took about 3.5 hours. Hotel ok but grotty towels.
... to my country.” I nearly wept with gratitude.
Instead of a two hour train to Tanjore we were on a six our bus to Trichy. Lauren occupied herself by scouring the internet for options. I was occupied by the super friendly locals. A couple of young men were determined to chat to me despite their obvious difficulties with English. We chatted about life in Australia vs. India, the job market there, what we all did, but mostly we talked cricket. ...