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... The viewpoint had a short flight of steps to a platform, and a combination of coir matting and cardboard to take the sting out of the red hot roof for pilgrims without shoes. We were able to hop from mat to cardboard to shade with occasional sprints across the hot tiles, and managed to get around the rooftop to make sure we weren't missing anything.
After walking as far into the complex as we were allowed, past an interesting area where traders (or ...
... and painted plaques of flowers which represent the properties desired in a disciple. The Matrimandir is a spherical building composed of dished circular gold discs. It has a heliostat at the top which collects light and sends it down through the structure to an optical glass sphere which re-radiates it. Only the chosen are allowed into the complex, the plebs like us can observe from a distance and take photos of the sphere, the immense sandstone amphitheatre and ...
... with purpose, and the traffic wove it's way around us. However, in doing this we did acknowledge the total dominance of the buses which have right of way under all circumstances. As usually happens, as soon as we walked into the temple grounds we were offered the services of a guide. We struck it lucky this time and had an excellent man show us around. The temple was about a thousand years old, and rather than write about the incredible details, ...
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 ...
... the different countries he went to. He also told us it was his birthday celebrations over the next few days and they were getting ready for all of that. We said we wouldn't keep him any longer and went on our way. We walked out of the grounds, picked up a few gundamonies along the way and then got in an auto-rik to St. John's Church. This is where Nanny and Grandpa Johnson were married in 1929. I've tried to take a photo of mum in the same spot as nanny ...
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