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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Madurai
... who ultimately gave Puducherry away because mainly of the climate. Given, the French preoccupation to match the British expansion, perhaps it's no surprise that they stayed. Was it under sufferance or the result of "something is better than nothing" approach. But more to today's activities. We are in for a big day travel wise. Well over 300 kilometres; to Madurai via Tiruchirapalli (Trichy to the British shortening the name as they again couldn't handle ...
Another ’Leopard’ is Michael (I’m not bothering to remember Leopard names now) a large sweating ham of a man who looks and speaks German but says he is from Greece. He tokes ******* spliff after spliff, washing the smoke down with large glasses of the local rum. He wears a pained, stressed expression and I fear he may fall over any minute. I have already issued a mental Not For Resus order on him; his meaty chest wall is so thick as to be impervious ...
Although I have moved on to Periyar National Park, where we arrived yesterday, I thought I should do an update on our group's time in the temple city of Madurai. It was our brief time in Tamil Nadu as most of this trip is in Kerala. I must admit, it was a bit of a shock to be in a noisy, busy city again after time in the lush green Munnar! However, it was certainly worth a visit because of this huge 17 acre temple that is devoted ...
... Meenakshi Amman Temple, this is a whole complex of devotion. You have to leave your chappels, your shoes, at the entrance and there's a huge list of prohibited items including cameras so you'll have to ditch that. There are lockers where you have to leave your shoes though. It's not that they don't want you taking photos, they just don't want you taking them with an actual camera. You're welcome to bring a mobile phone in ...
... only wants a minute to show you…….. it doesn’t matter what he wants to show you, don’t go, find a way to deal with the fact that most people who talk to you in the street want something from you, usually money and there are no end of scams going. I will say this however, the shop keepers are trying to make a living, they mean no harm and if they realise you really do not want to buy anything they ...