Hotel Saratha Rajans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Dinner With The Big Cheese
Last night our boss came to our hotel to have dinner with us. It was great to talk to him outside of work - he is much more relaxed and a fun guy. He told us that he is extremely happy with our work and impressed with our initiative. He said that if we sat on our asses and did nothing the rest of our time here, he would be more than pleased with the work we have already done. Great ...
... the crowded trash filled streets with cows wandering all over the place. That was the beginning of our Incredible Indian adventure which took us high up into the Himalayan Mts. as far north as Kashmir on the border of China, Afganistan and as far south as the beaches of Kerala.
We did so many interesting things in India and we were blessed to meet so many interesting people along the way. In fact just today, we got a darshan ...
... leaving Kerala behind. Winding down the mountain there were monkeys waiting on each corner for cars to slow down and for people to throw food out to them. Beats having to forage for food. Smart monkeys!! We also passed a bullock cart returning from Kerala having taken a load of fruit and vegetables to market the night before. The driver was asleep but the bullocks knew the way down. At the base of the mountain we found fields of vegetable crops irrigated with water from the ...
... Tirumalai Naicker Palace. Lucas asked how many people wanted a camera entry fee. Mr Space Cadet asked how much. Finding the amount within his cheap budget, he muttered about an acceptable market price; what a ********.
The palace was made out of brick and mortar. It is large but not imposing, the white columns lacking gravitas. Pigeon droppings have made a mess of the place.
In the room known as Natakasala, the king would watch his harem and ...
... market we went to an upmarket restaurant for pre-dinner drinks and then went up to the rooftop restaurant for dinner. Madurai is a holy place and the other guests in the restaurant were quite reserved. A couple of members of the group had one tipple too many and it did not go down well with the locals, the hotel owners or a police chief who was in the restaurant at the time! Fortunately, they were let off with a warning so all was ...