The Gateway Hotel Pasumalai Madurai
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... road and that trip takes longer. We again are the only whites in the area, feeling like we are very different ...but it's all good .. The train trip was pretty ordinary ..but got through three movies ...kinda a waste of a day Anyway this town of Madurai has been proven to have been active since 300BC ...a roman coin was just found ...
... the health of their children. We see several little kids with no hair which we think may be cancer patients. There are 4 huge towers which are again beautifully painted.
The rest of the day is for shopping. We pick up some place mats and more jewelry. Allen is on a roll and I'm the lucky recipient. I'm now the proud owner of a magnificent emerald and bracelet of rubies, sapphires and emeralds. Lucky me!
... So we fight our way onto another bus for the winding road up into the mountain town of Kodaikanal.
My first task after finding a good cheap room is to venture out into the cold night air and recharge my phone with some data. This is made more complex than it should be because the SIM card is from Kerala, and here in Tamil Nadu the pricing structures are different. As I try explaining this to the chap with very limited English who works in a small kiosk ...
... were there to watch him break the salt law by simply picking up salt. Clearly, he was promptly arrested. All over the country, people peacefully broke the salt law. The British retaliated with bullets, natch. Apparently, 103 were killed, 423 were injured and thousands were arrested.
Eventually, the British tried once again to to divide and conquer. They called for a Round Table Conference and gave ...
RK organised a guide for us this morning, and we met him in front of the Palace. Built by a king in 1636 it was the largest palace in south India. His son however wanted to live in Trichy, and so demolished a large part of the palace and used the material to construct his new palace there. This palace was abandoned until 1866 when Lord Napier, the Governor of Madras decided to restore it. It is massive and imposing, and though repainted in 2009, has ...