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... of people and sellers all crammed in was immense, stalls selling gadgets, brightly coloured sari’s, all manner of food and snacks and thousands of people walking around the streets and alleyways making their purchases. We were the only white people there, so quite a spectacle for the locals! We found the famous cake and sweet shop and munched down on some tasty treats and prayed that our bellies could handle them, the shop looked extremely hygienic considering the ...
... Here Lord Murugan presides with Goddess Valli and Goddess Deivanai but at any one time, Lord Murugan could only be seen with either one of the spouses. For example, when viewed from one side, Lord Murugan could be seen with Goddess Valli and from the other side, with Goddess Deivanai.
As we went up the steps ...
Yesterday afternoon we hired a tuk tuk and went to Chennai beach on Bengal Bay. The sand stretches for miles, no body wears bathers but those that swim do so in their clothes or saris. There are plenty of stalls selling toys, food and mini carousel rides; even men riding horses! We went to the fish market where fish are on display, no refrigeration but a huge variety. When the fish is no longer fresh (if it ever was) they sell it dried. We visited the ...
... and videos they had recorded when were in the air. I would have tried to look better if I knew there was a guy with a 60x zoom camera in his hand recording me! We all took our recordings for Rs.400/ person after much bargaining.
On the way back, we stopped at the river. It was surrounded by forests. It was calm and silent and the only sound was that of the nearby stream ...
Chhape Ram, a senior person in our travel agency Himalayan Frontiers, paid us a personal visit that evening at our hotel. He apologised profusely about our accommodation in Sarchu and informed us that we were invited to dinner at (Director of Himalayan Frontiers) Gopi Chand's house the following evening. We appreciated his apology.