Madurai Ashok Itdc Hotel
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... beer though, beautifully chilled kingfisher). Because you've paid top dollar though you feel you should be leaving the hotel satisfied. You don't. You leave angry. Did they really need to empty our laundry all over reception and leaf through it item by item before accepting it for washing. Probably not, I should have filled the form in back in the room but really, a side room somewhere would have been more appropriate. Breakfast was filling and plentiful, but getting ...
... Excruciating – and what’s worse it was really the school’s fault for giving no structure to it all, not the boys. It got a little better after that – Tracie put her foot down and was finally given time to prepare for sessions before going back. Predictably these sessions went down a storm with kids and teachers alike. Not that they used her skills that wisely though – lectures on Pets and Lakes and Rivers of the ...
... an evening wandering around a fruit and vegetable market (which was like nothing you get back home, I've never seen so many tomatoes and onions!!!!!!) and trying out the street food, which was some of the best I've had. The next day we headed to Goa on a 15 hour bus journey. We arrived in Palolem at 5.30am when it was still dark and there was no one around but two rickshaw drivers. We took a rickshaw down to where we were staying, a beach hut set back from the beach about 10m, it ...
... arrives in Madras, India as clerk to East India Company. The British East India Company was effectively an independent imperial power with its own army, policies and governance. Robert Clive was the general who brought India into the British Empire - introducing the British palate to spices and, above all, the world’s best teas.
... the entire credit for making the temple as splendid as it is today goes to the Nayaks. The Nayaks ruled Madurai from the 16th to the 18th century and left a majestic imprint of their rule in the Meenakshi - Sundareswarar Temple. The temple complex is within a high-walled enclosure, at the core of which are the two sanctums for Meenakshi and Sundareshwara, surrounded by a number of smaller shrines and grand pillared halls. ...
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