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... them from a long way away. Most buildings in most of India don't rise above 2/3 storeys. So these temples towered above just about everything else around including trees.
Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple was first built in the 9th Century. Since then, many rulers have built around it, each one building a new perimeter wall now making a total of 7 prakaras or enclosures, in rings outwards like an onion. Each enclosure has its own huge gateway ...
... to Trichy to see, Sri Ranganathaswamy. It's the world's largest temple that is currently in use. It was so big that Lauren didn't really believe we were inside it for a while. Let me explain. The entrance to the temple is a mind boggling huge gopuram. The doorway was wide enough for two carts to roll through. If a giraffe gave another giraffe a piggy back the second giraffe wouldn't have to duck to get through. And the decorations extend for many stories above that. ...
... of available floor space, and those that didn’t find any floor space were standing. Dianne ended up sharing her one, narrow seat with one of servicewomen, which was none too comfortable. Murray remained solo for a while, then shared with a young man, who eventually gave it up to a small boy, who wasn't too thrilled with sharing with a Faringhi.
There were women and kids sitting on the floor around us, and Murray was sitting uncomfortably with one ...
... down to the French Quarter. Get help from a man in a striped tee-shirt in negotiating with a driver, but he can't get the concept of Le club across to the other driver, so he ends up taking us in his vehicle for 70Rs, which seems to be the right price. The streets were remarkably crowded for late Sunday evening, and down near the sea there were hundreds of motorbikes parked along the roads.
Le Club, which is attached to L'hotel de Pondicherry, is pretty full, ...
... and will treasure the great times I had with people I met there, particularly in Goa. I also loved the travel by train, tiring and long as it was. And finally the FOOD...amazing, british restaurants dont come close and laccha paratha is one of my all time favourite breads I need to learn how to make. There is so much more to see and I hope, knowing what I know now, I will make the most of it next time. Next up, a brief stop in hong kong then ...