Madurai Ashok Itdc Hotel
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... then went sari shopping. Neither wanted the saris to wear, but rather to use the fabric for other projects – I got some fabulous colours that will hopefully be turned into dresses and skirts. After sari-shopping we just hung out in our rooms before heading to the train ...
... to what you pay!) Beyond this building, and past the large Nandi (cow statue), the streets are very busy with large numbers of shops selling enormous quantities of chillies and garlic, and another area devoted to bananas (see photo - must be wholesale!) Food -- apart from the in-hotel breakfast, we have continued to eat at the popular local veggie restaurants - tasty and spicy of course. Drink - a lot of water, with cola ...
... that pictures weren’t allowed inside this temple with my DSLR camera but was with a cell phone. Quality of the photos aren't that great....but it was better than nothing.
The evening ended with a dinner on the roof-top terrace of the hotel with a panoramic view of this ancient city all around me.
Monique :-) ...
... backed, greying gentleman approaches, folding up his stained dhoti.
“Hello! Hello! What is the problem here?” he shouts, his whiskery whisky-breath face inches from mine. I begin to formulate a response but he ignores it and goes straight to his next question.
“What is your native country?” he demands. “I’m not really sure that’s relevant.” I mumble, avoiding eye contact. I can sense a debacle on ...
... In 1915, that's when Gandhi happened. He spoke to the people, empowered them, they became fearless and he lead them without violence. He rose up for the farmers who had been forced to sell their goods at prices fixed by the British or face torture and won the fight.
In 1919 the massacre at Amristar happened after Gandhi called for an India-wide hartal, or strike. Civil disobedience, basically. About 20000 ...