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... is a shame to see how the upkeep is and how these priests are lacking in their responsibilities. Most of the shrines today were locked using sliding gates which allows one to see the Deity but not able to get a Deepa Arathana from a priest. Only at one shrine, that is the Swamimalai Shrine, where a priest came running seeing that I tool out some Rupees from my pocket. He then opened the gates and showed Deepa Arathana and this only happened ...
Day 25 in beautiful India and what a day it's been! Charlotte's recovering rapidly from her tonsillitis thanks to the extra strong Indian medication and everyone is feeling much better after a good night's sleep so it's been a much cheerier day. We started the day with a cup of tea followed by a look at the John Lewis customer order fulfilment in depth. This included looking at the different channels orders can come in from and how they are then processed, where ...
... This completely threw us having steeled ourselves for some poker faced negotiating to argue down a suggested fare of at least double or triple the normal price.
We took a train the next day to Nwyria Eliya. The views from the train were stunning. We travelled through rolling hills with endless tea plantations, we came through little villages with waving children and small colonial train stations.
NE is located at approx 2,500 metres above ...
... the top of another girls
head. It was so powerful that the blow almost pushed the girl over from her
seated position. She steadied herself but just as she did her cheek then got
pinched hard too. The girl lowered her head and looked at the ground without making
a sound. The teacher waved an angry finger in her face but then thankfully left
her alone. Graham had missed that one because he had his back to it. When we
next made eye contact I gestured to the door. ...
... many times - I can barely scratch the surface of this culture and I'm left wanting to know more.
Set amongst peaceful and verdant gardens, the temple of Krishna is a very different scene - perfectly symmetrical, sweeping curves and painted spotlessly pink. It's a haven of calm and tranquility and the worshipers inside are sitting cross-legged in silent, focused contemplation.
Elsewhere in the city, Roman Catholics ...