Madurai Ashok Itdc Hotel
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... hotel to rest up for our flights. Once we arrived back, we sent Rajesh on his way so he could get an earlier start for his trip to Chennai (about 5-6 hours by our estimation) as he had another group to pick up at the airport tomorrow morning.
Now for the answers from our well constructed internet (url) addresses competition from the previous chapter. Answers are as follows (written in English of course as many weren't too successful in handling ...
On arrival, a tuk tuk driver was on us in seconds and we eventually find reasonable digs within walking distance of the wharf area. The hotel porter is an old skinny chap who struggles with our smallest bag, so we grab the big ones and tell him not to worry. Once we are in our room he holds his hand out with a head waggling pusillanimous grimace explaining “Very heavy bag.”
“I know. We bloody carried them up here.” ...
... They replied 'Oh, you are in line? Sorry!' They left us and proceeded to burrow their way into the lump of people waiting at the other side of the ticket window.
The Palace entry leads immediately to an open air pavilion. It is surrounded by a raised level with pillars and ornate stucco work on the upper walls, cornices, and ceilings. That part is all quite fresh and new, having been refurbished 'a ...
... took over the administration of India with a proclamation, because the queen could just kinda do **** like that in those days, and thus ended the horrific reign of the East India Trading Company, who were basically a bunch of unscrupulous ***** anyway.
Not that **** got any better. Ok, so it got a bit better for the educated types. They called it the Indian Renaissance. Intellectuals and thinkers wanted to learn ...
... safari' around the temple city and its markets gives us a glimpse but makes us more of a curiosity for the locals as our convoy blocks the road. We pay a conspicuous visit to a fruit market. Ten historic pillars that gave the city the nickname 'Athens of India' are now hidden down a side street, squashed against apartment balconies. Two huge chariots used for parading sacred statues ...