Ruby Lodge

Address: Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India | Hotel
 
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        Day 9 - Trains, Planes, a bike and a Kolam

        A travel blog entry by chbambr on Oct 18, 2015

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        Day 9 Up at 6:30 for a morning bike ride. The temperature was cool and the breeze while cycling was refreshing. Angela had a lie in. The bicycle was a "Hercules" as the name suggests it was strong and robust, well suited to the local roads and rough tracks. First stop was the old railway station. Now replaced by a new one which is not much better than the old one as far as I could see. I have never seen a platform so long, the ...

        DAY 62 OFF TO THE MOUNTAINS OF PERIYAR

        A travel blog entry by juliebell on Apr 10, 2015

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        ... every bit of his two acres. Cardamom was his main crop ... The cardamom that grows in this area is the best quality in India and it is in huge demand ...at top prices. So many different plants all growing in sync with each other ...the garden path meandered up and down and around all the plants .. His block goes right up the hill ...some of the biggest banana palms I've ever seen ...he had ...

        Taking a 5hr public bus all the way to Thekkady!

        A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Feb 23, 2015

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        Day 11 of Southern India Tour

        Since I was the first person to board the public bus, I rapidly made a mental analysis of the aisle and seats around and figured it was best to sit on the 2 seater side rather than the 3. Plus, on the left side of the bus right behind the door for better views and more air flow!

        Was I ...

        Lost Souls Forever

        A travel blog entry by mynameisden on Feb 20, 2015

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        ... loin cloth - knocks on our door at dawn and informs us that “The hot water is now coming out. Would you like some chai?”


        The streets of Madurai radiate out from the temple. The four entrance gates each under a huge gopura - huge towers visible from all around the city intricately decorated with stucco gods and demons, with the occasional live monkey scampering around. Another nine smaller towers are within the walls. There is a proliferation of ...

        A Massive Temple And A Little Chat About Gandhi

        A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jan 10, 2015

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        ... took over the administration of India with a proclamation, because the queen could just kinda do **** like that in those days, and thus ended the horrific reign of the East India Trading Company, who were basically a bunch of unscrupulous ***** anyway.

        Not that **** got any better. Ok, so it got a bit better for the educated types. They called it the Indian Renaissance. Intellectuals and thinkers wanted to learn ...

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