Kohinoor Asiana Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... than the sari, I may add.
Mamalapuram is an old city that has lots of rock carvings. The boulders that lay around were carved, starting at the top, working to the bottom, to form temples and shapes of animals. For a rock breaking person like myself they were really interesting. Finally we saw the Indian Ocean and the temple on the shore before heading back to Chenai.
We experienced a mega traffic ...
... driver veered to miss a cow on the road, into the path of an oncoming bus. Its driver fortunately swerved and all was fine.
Into Maalampuram [many different spellings] after 2230. Flying solo which is nice. Susie is less happy, sharing with Pam. Off for a Kingfisher at the hotel ...
... the next level. There is so much literature available on the internet and it would be of no use for me to repeat the same here. Just briefly, being born in Pamban as Appavoo in the year 1848, he came to be known as Pamban Swamigal. Being an ardent devotee of Pazhani Murugan, he later came to Chennai and during his last years, spent most of his time ...
... at with extremely detailed and painted carvings all the way up the temple. From there we went to St Thomas's Basilica, which is where Thomas one of the twelve disciples was buried, imagine a disciple of Christ buried in India, a very non Christian country especially at that time. Then we went to the local museum, which was a waste of money, especially as they made me pay as a foreigner rather than as an Indian (the hide of them!!!) I made an official complaint against the ...
... I had to go and wash it off!!!! They were all laughing at me when I came back down. Anyway, photos and a video of the man sharpening the scissors. He has to carry that machine on his back all day, walking round to all the different streets sharpening tools for just 10 or 20 rs! Amazing... We left theirs at about 4pm and mum and I wanted to go looking for material and jewellery so we went off to the Express Plaza. Stephen, Guy and Ronnie went off ...