Hotel Zen Garden
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... hallowed and regularly frequented Lord Muruga Sannidhi has emerged from a thatched shed, an unostentatious one enshrining a Murugan picture only, and established for itself a name on par with ancient places of worship. Around 7,000 couples are married here each year.
According to the Sthalapurana, one Muruga devotee by name Annaswami Nayakar with his limited means built a small thatched hut and kept a Murugan painting for his personal ...
Been quite a while, since myself and Chell have gone on any outing....
Last week being a long weekend, we got a day for outing... and we managed to squeeze in half a day in Mahabalipuram, approx 60 kms south of Chennai.
It is the nearest world heritage site from Chennai, and nicely located on the eastern coast of South India, offers a nice setting for a day out.
Myself, Chell, Dad and Sangeetha started off after a ...
... station, it was pretty expensive and ugly but we had to be at the train station at 7am, so did the job. It was one of those hotels where they try and be fancy but it's still pretty naff. Had a sweltering then freezing sleep as we are yet to learn to use air conditioning units then off to the train station in the morning to catch our 2 day/1 night train to Varanasi! Train stations and bus stations ...
... 8211; she felt unnerved by the behaviour of the employees (this had to be the most rigorously and frequently swept and dusted guest house ever) who were constantly cleaning either because they were teetering on the neurotic or were brain-numbingly bored.
Galle is quite a strange place as there isn’t a vast amount to tax the tourist. Once you have seen the lighthouse, the ramparts overlooking the sea and, probably most interestingly, the local court ...
... nowhere to be found! The streets were lined with shops/shack fronts
that all seemed to be in a certain order. We walked through the light-switch
district, the plastic chair district and the mobile phone accessories district
and around every corner was a temple. There were big temples and tiny little
temples set into the walls of buildings on the sides of the roads but we had
heard that Madurai had a huge temple right in the centre of the city that was a
must see ...