The Gateway Hotel Pasumalai Madurai
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... they pose. Great idea. I will start saving my soaps too. We already bought pens for the school kids which we keep on hand.
The tea plantations give way to cardamon plants, pepper vines clinging to trees, and coffee bushes on the steep slopes. We keep our eyes open for wild elephant but have yet to see one. We do see monkeys at one point along the road. At the last pass we cross the border from Kerala to Tamil Nadu ...
... throngs of pilgrims milling around streets of dust, smoke, steam and colour. We need to visit a number of guesthouses before we find one with a vacancy, and we check in relieved as it’s now almost midnight. Our room has a jaundiced television set, broken ceiling fan, squat toilet and when I look under the bed I find the sink that is missing from the bathroom wall. A clammy restless night is brought to an early conclusion when the hotel ‘boy’ - an octogenarian ...
... the terrorism continued, with bombs and firearms, trying to drive the British from their country. The Brits suggested reforms but the National Congress saw it for the divide and rule game it was, whereas the newly formed Muslim League were all like, yeah, we'll support this. When the WWI broke out in 1914 it had a shocking impact on the poor of India, and two years later the National Congress and the Muslim League ...
... there were lots of different massages to choose from. RK was pushing for one where oil is trickled onto one's forehead, among other things. This should relieve stress, insomnia, depression and other tthings we don't suffer from, so we declined, and went for one which improved aching joints. Fortunately we were massaged in different rooms, otherwise I think we'd both have collapsed in giggles.
It really was a bit seedy, all rather 3rd world. ...
... 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 ...