Madurai Ashok Itdc Hotel
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... woman going through a break up at the moment so has come to India to ‘refocus’. She describes herself to me as an artist, author and yogi. She tells me she is in the process of writing a trilogy love story based in Ancient Egypt. Fortunately, I don’t have to suffer too much more of this as soon she is so stoned all she can manage to articulate is an infrequent monotonal “Wow”.
The air becomes a fug of incense and marajuana ...
... to 'Merica!
Today we are headed back to Delhi and our flight will leave from Delhi at 3am. We have another connection in Amsterdam and we will land in Minneapolis tomorrow afternoon! We had to cut our trip about a week short because of the visa issues that we had, but I will be happy to get back home and get a few days of rest before starting my last semester of ...
... Hall which they're turned into kind of an art museum thing. I counted 832 pillars. Oh those Indians, so prone to exaggeration, whether it's a hall with not quite a thousand pillars or a tuk tuk driver telling you your destination is "very far, madam, ten kilometres" when it's only around the corner. There are some pretty cool carvings in the pillars though. A few of them kind of look like Chinese style dragons and ...
... lots of fans), where a banana leaf was placed in front of us, a dollop each of three different curries (one of beans in coconut, one yellow vegetable curry and one white curry made with more coconut) were placed on the top of our leaf, in the middle we were given a large dollop of hot rice and on top of that was placed a large spoonful of sambar (lentil and vegetable curry, runnier than the others), there was lime pickle on the tables and we were given ...
... 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 ...