Sona's Inn Chennai
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... Indians and Southeast Asians do) prefers to use the midday (dry) heat to take a nap... while I use the internet connection to catch up and chat on Facebook plus do a bit of work for the blog (the big chunk of photo sorting concerning the last days is still to come).
Ranju is an artist by soul. Even though his work sells better and better (check out on ...
... European, it served good coffee, the barista had latte art skills, it had excellent brownies and other fine pastries. There was only one customer when we entered and was empty when we left. Outside in front of the main entrance which was about four foot above street level was a pile of rubble where the stairs should have been. Why was it unfinished? Who is it for? And do they need it? Oh, India you are so naughty.
So did we enjoy it... We'll let you know!
... Some experts say that it was wind and water formed; others say that's impossible given the surrounding geology; still others say it was put there by an ancient race, or maybe aliens... Either way, it's incredible. And very possibly the only stone structure in India that hasn't been attacked with a hammer and chisel over the last few centuries.
... fun for me to see. I think my favorite dance was a war dance, or to be more precise a portrayal of a famous battle in Indian mythology mostly because it had a lot of leaping and the interactions between the dancers pretending to fight lead to some gymnastics and making it full of motion. It was less typical of the india love stories that was such a reoccurring theme in so many of the pieces. It had a bit of a modern dance feel, even though still telling a ...
... descript temple in the middle of nowhere but apparently like many others it had significance to some people. LESSON: When visiting Religious places, wear Sandals, you will have to take them off often.
The larger towns we passed through were Kodavasal, Moolankudi, Vembanoor, Pudhukudi,
and Thiruvaroor. As we reached closer to the shrine the traffic got thicker, we decided to have lunch after we got back from the shrine. The shrine complex is large ...