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... hotel right on the beach! After we checked in Maxine and I had a wonder around whilst Sorab went to pick up the new members of our group from the airport. What a difference Mamallapuram is to where we have been before, ok a bit backpacker ish, but no hassle, no one desperate to sell you something, we were able to actually try on clothes without the big sell. It is nice to have a slight respite from all of that! After looking around the shops we sat in a touristy place and I had ...
... mud bricks, stone, concrete or red bricks. Most people lack access to clean drinking water. Each house will vary by style by the location the house is placed. India is a very dedicated agricultural nation. They are leading producers in peanuts, rice, cheese, tobacco, wheat, cotton, milk, sugar cane and ...
... the next day in early afternoon to Mamallapuram, a fishing village on the Eastern coast of India.
After a first train trip to Trivandrum, I had to catch a connection to a city close to Chennai (Madras) and a bus for the last hour. I was lucky because I arrived 2 hours before the departure of the train in Trivandrum and the train was already on the platform. Since I was one of the first inside, I climbed on the luggage racks and deployed my mattress. This night, I would at ...
... us outside of the train station. The air seems significantly fresher and drier here in Erode. Not as fresh as Colorado, but a vast improvement from Chennai. Most of us fall asleep on the 45 minute shuttle ride to our home stay. But I found myself feeling very alive, despite my creeping allergies and lack of sleep.
We arrived at the house. It was ...
38 deg centigrade on the southern east coast of India during noon time will be hot and humid for sure. After roaming in the hot sun we were begining to sweat a lot. When we saw this cactus plant, we began to feel the pre-nycil ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet