Madurai Ashok Itdc Hotel
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A sad day, our last in India. A half day in Madurai and then after we had organised a late check-out off to Madurai to catch a short flight to Chennai for our flight to Bangkok. Chennai was to be a 6 hour stop-over. Hopefully a short stay in the Diners' Club lounge (we hope). After our somewhat disappointing evening as noted in the previous section we decided to have another crack at the Meenakshi Temple. This temple is another ...
... to stay for a week, negotiating with Awas, a local chap who has translated for the elderly owner of the house. There is another house next to ours for rent and he tells us tomorrow a kiwi fellow called Liam will be moving in with two friends. He thinks they maybe kiwis too. “Sweet. All Blacks.” I say, and he with an uncertain head waggle he replies “No. I think they are white.”
We have a sniff around the beach and local restaurants. ...
... but we took a miss on this. Back to the train station, shuffled the stuff in our bags while Diane watched the rats running into the corners. Early tuk-tuk ride to the airport and hung out until the plane left. The flight back to Chennai went fine but the connecting flight to Bangalore was 90 minutes late, which put us at our hotel room well after midnight. A VERY quick shower, off to bed and slept until the alarm went off at 04:30 -- ...
... a boulder trying to jack hammer it to pieces so they could dispose of it more easily.
I watched the driver as he negotiated the roads with one hand on the wheel, the other hand clamping his mobile phone to his ear. I started to wish I'd sat at the back where I could live in blissful ignorance and pretend that the road had his full concentration 100% of the time but I'm not gonna lie, despite the occasional terror ...
... with locals, they know it’s good and if it’s nice and busy that means the food is fresh as it’s being made as it’s sold, if you are extra nervous maybe skip the sauce that goes with it, but sometimes that’s the bit which makes the rest sing. Try that wee café on the corner, the one which looks really good but you are not sure as it’s not in ‘the book’ and there are no ...