Le Royal Meridien Chennai
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... quartz ball that focuses the "divine energy". It looked quite impressive in the distance, it reminded us of a set from a 1970s sci-fi movie such as Logan's Run. As we viewed the dome we were asked to pose for photos with a rural Indian family that probably had not seen too many Caucasians. John told them his name and country so that they had at least some frame of reference in the photo. After viewing some more of the displays at Auroville, we headed off back to the ...
... shall see. Mamallapuram is a bit of a weird place. In many places in India they will sell you a beer but ask that you keep the bottle out of view and or wrap the bottle in paper of foil. Here it is almost impossible to get a beer. It is truely like trying to get wool off chickens. The service here is appalling as well. I have learnt that things don't happen quickly in India sometimes, but this is ridiculous. Last night we waited nearly 40 minutes to get a ...
... I changed cash (yes, the bank to change cash is before the immigration), went through immigration, collected my bag and walked out into the cold, freezing air of Addis as it is popularly called.
I instantly realized that Ethiopia was a safe place for travel. It was a woman who was waiting for me from the hotel to pick me up at 10:30pm in the night. I cannot imagine a woman in India waiting outside an airport at that time and picking up a stranger. Addis is a big city with a ...
India is wow. Everyone I've spoken to about India who has been has said its indescribable and on the whole it is, but let me try. I'm staying with local families here so I'm getting a very good idea of the Indian culture. They are VERY welcoming, offering me their own bed whilst they sleep on the floor (not an uncommon practice) without argument. You actually feel rude when you insist that it should be you on the floor. The food is like nothing I've tasted ever before. Rice is eaten ...
... in the process of being cut from the rock when
work stopped in the complex. A shrine or temple could not be
consecrated until the finial had been placed on its roof.
The Finial that never reached the roof!
sun scorching down mercilessly and time running out, we had to leave