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... Few of us were interested in boating which can be done in the lake. There are other street shopping option along side like Tibetan market and street food. We spent around an hour and half there and headed to Dolphin point.
We couldn't find the route on google map, so we had to use local support with bits and pieces of Tamil we knew. After 45 mins of exploring we reached the track that leads to dolphin nose, we parked our ...
... out is a journey with no destination. Countries may be defined as developing a consumer economy, or already having developed a consumer economy, however, each has the same relentless challenge.
In this context, India is busily trying to grapple with the enormous challenges of building a consumer society for 1.2 billion people. And if they succeed in this mammoth task they will then find awaiting them the even greater conundrum which now confronts all western countries ...
... 20 or so degree air compared to the 40+ degrees down on the plains.
After 6 days, which felt like 5 minutes, it was time for us to bid George, Vera, Max and our new friend Arjun thanks and farewell and hopped on our sleeper bus down to the plains. We had splurged on an AC bus and it had fully horizontal bunks of a good size that were comfier than most beds we’d slept in in the past 3 months (the exceptions of course being Phuket, Hang Chat and ...
On a different day we took a day trip to the Guruvaynor Sree Krishna Temple. Unfortunately, non- Hindus are not allowed inside, but it was an amazing place to see so many devotees patiently waiting for services to start. This was another opportunity to see many elephants, as they are used in certain religious ceremonies. I have to say they often have a doleful look about them, but when they are being washed they definitely look like it’s a highlight of ...
... goddess in human flesh. There was a good community of fellow travellers passing through, intermingled with devotees who were so obsessed with the Saint's presence that they would touch a sticker in the elevator with a photo of Amma on in and touch it to their lips in praise. I must confess that I had trouble paying homage to a human goddess; I guess my Christian roots, defunct as they are, run deeper than I realized.