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... the end. The next day we went to the Meenakshi Temple which is definitely worth a look. You can't take pictures inside but it's beautifully decorated and very ornate. There are lots of colours everywhere and people are praying, chatting and gathering around. Like most temples I've been to in India, it's got a great atmosphere and you feel very welcome there. Chris, Gill, Kylie and I went onto the Gandhi museum. Again, Gandhi falls ...
... tri-boobed lady statue ANYWHERE?!?! This entire temple is a giant tease as far as I'm concerned. I know how Sellattamman feels. How you have such graphic legends and don't include the accompanying artwork I will never know. Although there are sections that are for Hindu's only. Maybe that's where they keep the three breasted statues. Lucky *******s. Overall: if 10 is “the most amazing temple ever”, 15 is “meh”, and 10.6 is ...
... of the signs around the Meenakshi temple in Madurai still announce that you can pay a camera fee and shoot away till your hearts content. The staff at the southern entrance had other ideas and the formality of the entrance procedures coupled with the scanning equipment available they appeared to be able to enforce them. Maybe one of the other three gates might be more lenient. We tried but the east gate staff were more probing than the south. Not only do you have to give ...
... not exactly her speciality. When she tried to suggest she might help out with exam prep she was told the day before to come in and take a class all day the next day - without any idea what they needed to know or any idea of the age of the class! No thanks!
We coped with challenges like these in one of two ways really. The first was to go away for the weekend so we could leave it all behind (or just the Sunday in most cases given 6-day weeks ...
... dancing kids, pounding music, a 'Miss Universe' contest [won by a blond French girl], etc...), and fireworks at 11 p.m. rather than midnight. I retreated to my room early, took a couple of nighttime cold tablets to help knock me out, and fell asleep during the fireworks (which were being shot up straight above the rooms - must have been a fire hazard). Very early morning tomorrow and a long 36 hr trip home, so no desire to stay out late.