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... time. What we’ve come to see is the ceremony of Shiva and Meenakshi knocking off work for the day and being taken to their bed chamber.
During the final prayer of the day, God Shiva, husband of Meenakshi is carried in a palanquin from his shrine and escorted to his residing place, where Goddess Meenakshi waits in her shrine for her husband to come home. Once the God Shiva reaches his home, they rest in their bed chamber made of pure silver. The ...
... 8217;s view), check out the flash restaurant and tourist traps, then hasten back, hot and tired, to be at least close to our one hour time limit.
We travel to Puducherry through the villages, seeing classic examples of how hippy colonies are totally uncaring of the responsibility of looking after kids - a European mother on a motorbike with girls about 4 and 7, not a helmet between them, other kids trailing barefoot mums. There are a lot of Westerners ...
The below is my excuse/explanation in respect of my Pondicherry time and the reason for being off the road for a while. The title of this entry though is the slogan used by Cafe Coffee Day - a chain of coffee shops in quite a lot of the major cities in India.
Still, I was in an independent bakery in Pondicherry eating a sandwich and drinking coffee when I met Vanessa, but the saying rang true none the less. Vanessa's English is a lot better than my ...
... were 3 Mars Hotels near the airport! So we went to the 3rd one. Yes, this was more like it. It definitely looked like a 2 star hotel from the outside. When we got to the reception, they didn't seem to know about our booking. We were trying to explain that we had a booking but they looked a bit vague. After a while of very frustrating communication, they said we could have a room. We asked if we could see our room - again, after very frustration communication, they ...
... that about a 15 minute walk - in this case it was about 20 minutes! And by the time we got there, it was closed. So we'll try again tomorrow. As we were walking along that road, there were lots of tiny little houses - some just looked like little huts. It looked like quite a poor area. There were lots of people just hanging around outside their houses. As we walked passed one house this lovely young lady came out and said hello. We said hello back and carried on ...
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