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... Sannidhi which is at the center.
Sadly, the place was almost deserted when compared to the original plans and efforts being put in by various parties to make this place come true. For those who do not know how this place came about and the amount of effort that was put is to make this happen, please do read the following paragraphs which would be an eye opener as to how this place evolved.
In 1984 the sage ...
... the Gecko restaurant. We were able to sit almost of the roof and look down on the people below. A pretty cool place this one. I like it here. After dinner we had another little look around before wandering back to the beach hotel and enjoying a lovely peaceful, comfortable sleep. And what good news! Paul was finally able to call me! For some reason my mobile wouldn't connect and we had been unable to reach each other which was frustrating. It was so lovely to talk to him yaaaay! ...
... me with extreme happiness is walking on the road in India, which requires concentration if you value your life or the state of your feet. Unfortunately, I got distracted whilst walking (together with many free roaming holy cows) in Gokarna town and stepped with my right foot in a fresh, warm pile of cow dung. Thankfully India also makes you always carry a roll of toilet paper wherever you go but I can't say it was pleasant.
We met a French guy called Hugo who ...
... Indian food. Think of a crepe with a curry potato filling and this more or less describes it. Yum! Before heading off onto the open road we made a quick stop at the Chennai beach. I just love the ocean! It took a lot of effort for me to not hop right in but luckily there was more beach to come and from here we hopped on a bus to take us to our final destination of Mamallapuram.
Mamallapuram is where our tour leader, Sanjay, ...
... temple’s West
entrance. While there an old man with yellow dreadlocks who was dressed in an
orange sheet hobbled over to us with help from his long branch that he was
using as a walking stick. He held his hand out. I dug around in my bag and
produced a few coins. I handed them to him feeling happy I had done my good
deed for the day but what happened next blew me away. He looked at the money in
his palm and then looked at me and said ‘NO! Help ...