Hotel Saratha Rajans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... visit the temple tomorrow if the street pools of water have subsided. Having travelled so far to be stifled in such a way is demoralising to say the least. Dinner at the hotel was good and we managed to convince our efficient driver, Rajesh to dine with us. Another learning experience for all of us. Sadly, our last Indian dinner for this trip.
But let's finish this chapter on a bit of a high and with a task. So, in the tradition of expect the ...
... Jen and Michael. The waiter gives Liam a friendly tap on the shoulder as he gives him the menu, and Liam violently objects telling the waiter never to touch him again. Jen explains to the waiter that his shoulder has been dislocated and it is sore.
“No Jen, that’s not my sore shoulder, I just don’t want anyone touching me. It’s an invasion of my personal space.” says Sun Leopard. While the rest of us around the table wonder how ...
... North, South, East and West but the origin goes back to 2,500 years ago. They are the gates to the entrance of the temple. The tallest tower is 170 feet, there is an estimate of 33,000 sculptures, 7 different halls. We visited only a 1/4 of the temple it occupies 45 acres. It ...
... on beaches in straw hats and sunnies, sipping brightly coloured cocktails. Though a quick Google search reveals that it's more of a forest where they get to hang out with other elephants and play in a river and get a work out and eat good food, all funded by the Tamil Nadu government. Yeah. They'd probably enjoy that more than surfing lessons.
Once you've gotten your temple fix there's also a museum you can head to ...
... of curd and a sweet pot of what I can only describe as a cross between tapioca and condensed milk, it was runny, very sweet and had beads of something similar to tapioca and also some noodles in it, very tasty! This meal cost us 75 ruppes each, or about 75 pence, they also would top up all of the curries, rice and sambar until you burst!
Another wee place we found was a small local restaurant which had rotisserie chickens outside it, the discussion ...