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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... yalis (mythical figures of lions and elephants). In the Temple Art Museum in the hall are icons, photographs, drawings, and other exhibits of the 1200 years old history of the temple are displayed. Just outside this hall, towards the west, are the Musical Pillars. Each pillar, when ...
... Hall which they're turned into kind of an art museum thing. I counted 832 pillars. Oh those Indians, so prone to exaggeration, whether it's a hall with not quite a thousand pillars or a tuk tuk driver telling you your destination is "very far, madam, ten kilometres" when it's only around the corner. There are some pretty cool carvings in the pillars though. A few of them kind of look like Chinese style dragons and ...
... you can buy them in India and then enjoy the sensation of what feels like walking around the streets in your pyjamas.
Last and probably most important-
Don’t run around with a tick list, see what you can and what you want to, but remember India is a place to experience, both people, culture and landscapes, and of course to experience yourself.
These are ...
... where I was going with the question [Mr Space Cadet's hair or legs]. The rains had started again. Lucas had the driver turn the vehicle around to save everyone a few raindrops; would not have happened on the old--and better--Explore.
Peter befriended a dog on the first platform. It was acting up, pawing the air, etc. He turned down a bit of apple from Peter but accepted a couple of dry biscuits. Seats were assigned.
Lucas said to move to ...
... the spot. Plus we each have our own rooms for the night! Yay! Washing time! The next day, we made our way to a UNESCO world heritage temple that didn't allow cameras because someone had made a home made bomb with a flash mechanism, but they still allowed iPhones.... Anyway, so I didn't bring my camera to this part of the trip. The temple, called Meenakshi Amman temple, was beautiful. The outside was a bit garish, with huge ...