Hotel Sangam Tiruchirappalli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We had an early start for this one but not a long journey just 2 1/2 hours and we arrived at 9am.
We had no accommodation booked here thinking that as we were so early we had all day to find somewhere. Then after the 3rd hotel we had tried had said 'sorry we are full' the panic was setting in a little bit.
Jody left Bryan with the bags as the streets were quite dirty here and set off at a quicker pace as the heat was also ...
... 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. ...
... until our guide tells us that negotiations for a wedding are taking place – things like the composition of the dowry (motorbikes are a popular gift these days) are being decided. We continue to an outside courtyard, and see the Temple camel and the Temple elephant, then various shrines, statues, figurines, and the tank.
When we come out it has started to rain lightly (the first in five weeks for us, and the first in two months for Madurai, who ...
... 8221; (who also started Auroville). It’s another no shoes, no camera place, with a multitude of rules and conditions for those seeking freedom to obey. The place is pretty flash, charges to hold shoes, and is a big draw card for foreign tourists.
From here we walk past the fortified Governor’s Residence, the very flash Cercle (club) de Pondicherry, the Central Park, hospital and French Lycée, before stopping for drinks and some French fries to ...
... difference I observed between myself and white people everywhere was obvious. On the plus side, I got left alone a lot and not hassled to buy rubbish everywhere. I also despise the auto rickshaw trade with a passion! However there were plenty of positives, some of the guest houses had really nice helpful staff. Highs were some amazing sights including the Taj Mahal and Hampi, things that no other country has come close to matching, I miss ...