SRM Hotel Tiruchirapalli
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... gopura". The temple complex is now enormous in size at 156 acres in total making it the largest working temple anywhere.
The original temple now sits at the heart of the complex but is only accessible for Hindus.
As we were walking around, we kept bumping into this family who had 3 little boys, who were so cheeky but quite sweet, wanting to shake our hands and talk to us. Bryan put his hat on the cheekiest of them in the ...
... impressive. And that's just the door to get in. Once inside you are immersed in a city. Stalls and restaurants line the roads, fronting multi-storey houses. Cars creep down the busy streets on tarred roads. It's no different from the city you just came from. The temples in Cambodia were similar in concept, but long since defunct. The concentric enclosures housed entire economies and suburbs. You have to walk through to more ornate gates before you even have to take your shoes off. ...
... on the daypack. The carriage got hotter and hotter, and more uncomfortable as time passed. Dianne entertained a couple of the kids (and herself) with the I-phone animal noises game. The exact time the trip became an ordeal was hard to determine, but by Manamadurai Junction at 2.20 PM, where the line to Chennai split off to the north, the rot had well and truly set in.
Photography out of the glassless window, through the bars, was less than ideal, but we ...
... a man (can't remember his name) who was a past student and who was a Pastor in Oman, to get up and open with a blessing. Before he started he asked all of the old students who were there representing different countries to get up on stage. Mum wasn't going to go but I said she was probably the only one from the UK there so I encouraged her to go up there. He made them sing a prayer song which went on for about 10 minutes. I must admit I was having a chuckle to ...
... their roses in. The speeches carried on - it was taking so long! So mum and I were trying to hatch a plan as to how we could leave without offending anyone. We were talking about this whilst the vicar was doing his very long speech. We were just about to get up and go when the vicar suddenly finished his speech and they announced that they were going to do a presentation to all past students!! Within seconds Uncle Guy had been called up to receive a shawl and an award ...