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5 things we learned this weekend 1) no matter how much you try to pretend otherwise, the sight of real-life-monkeys WILL induce squealing and cooing from any woman nearby 2) there is nothing more precious to a sticky, tired traveller than a hot shower 3) there is nothing more frustrating to a sticky, tired traveller than a lack of hot water 4) celebrity status can be achieved simply by visiting a monument as the only ...
... br> 'varatti' (dried cow dung). Good imagination! :)
Pancha Pandava Rathas:
These are a group of five
unfinished monolith shrines carved out of pink granites, popularly known
as the Panchapandava rathas, though they have nothing to do with
Mahabaratha nor are they rathas!! Archaeologists are of the opinion ...
India a big country that is about 1/3 the size of the U.S which contains tall mountains (Himalayan Mountains), Desserts, and Plains. The people there are very religious and family oriented and also are very giving. Giving to them means sharing items with others. They live in houses that are typically made ...
... to stay on in Mamallapuran for a while. After speaking to Fulvio, we made a trip back to Chennai to buy some more toys and puzzles, and Ernesto helped organise the trip to the doctors.
Over the next week, we spend each morning or afternoon visiting and playing with the children, teaching them (and the teacher) how to put together a jigsaw puzzle, and made a display of all the photos we’d taken of them, which they were enthralled with! Mo and I ...
10/24/10 – Day 3
A man pops his head in the curtain, “ERODE!” I look at my watch and it is 6:30am. Everyone quickly gathers their things and gets off the train. I realize that for the first time since Colorado, I am wheezing. I am allergic to India. And possibly Colorado, it turns out. Sleepy eyed, we walk to the two shuttles ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet