The Gateway Hotel Pasumalai Madurai
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... country but you have to start somewhere. Nuclear energy is being looked to as a principal energy need in the country.
Railroad travel is often a bit more isolated. You do see more on the roads. Those overnight train journeys, though, save valuable travel time.The road would make for great photo ops if we could do photo stops. There are workers in the fields, various crops, colourful billboards near equally colourful houses, diverse trees, etc.
We again ...
... marching out. The teacher instructed his charges to greet us and they enthusiastically did. It was adorable having a bunch of cute kids yelling various hellos at us. The ex-post office was externally impressive, but inside was a pretty low budget affair. but was nevertheless pretty interesting for us. We had some prior knowledge of Gandhi and the history of India, but the display did provide some more much needed context for us. Running through the full era ...
... spot and those with cataracts (the most common source of blindness in these parts) are put straight onto a bus and taken to the hospital for surgery the next day – free of charge of course. Astonishing service.
· Some of you will have images in your head of people with huge, bottle shaped thick glasses that people were made to wear after cataract surgery. These used to be necessary because old techniques just removed the clouded lens ...
... it also has a fantastic back-packer vibe (particularly Israeli's). We stayed on the other side of the river to the main island where the Bazaar and main temple is, this meant that it was slightly quieter where we were and we had really good views of the river, plus it was only 500 rupees a night to stay and we even got our own hammock. Every morning around 9ish the main temple's elephant Lakshmi was taken down to the river for her daily wash, usually accompanied by loads of ...
... The Fortnum & Mason Postal Service: Until the General Post Office came into being, the business of sending and receiving mail was open to anyone - and Fortnum’s grasped the opportunity. It had letterboxes for paid and unpaid letters which were picked up six times a day (this was before stamps, and the recipient usually paid the tab). Soldiers and sailors, already among the company’s best ...