Ttdc Hotel Tamil Nadu
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... above the city. [Nerdy Aside: I could not stop thinking how awesome it would be to set the next Assassin's Creed game here. Rooftops were flat and clustered together making ninja like sprints across them incredibly easy. Giant temples and churches covered in handholds are dotted throughout the bustling city. At one point a hawk was circling the rock fort just begging me to scale it and unlock the surrounding map information. The icing is that it's splattered in colour. ...
... brown, curry concoction was actually our sweet and sour chicken. Strangely enough, it didn't taste too bad, and was not so spicy as to be inedible, and stayed down (or up) for at least the critical six hours.
We walked back to the hotel via the west side of the Meenakshi Amman temple complex, taking photos of the west gopuram, the long double line of colourful mandalas chalked out on the granite promenade, and the well-lit entrance on the south side, and ...
... the hotel on the internet they wanted credit card details, which we gave them, but then they said our booking wouldn’t be confirmed until we transferred money to their bank (which we did, for an extra A$20). When we got our credit card account, we’d been charged as well, so we’ve been attempting to get the money back. Dianne has another go at the hotel staff about our double charges, and is told it will be sorted tomorrow, with an Indian cheque! She ...
... from a rooftop viewing area. Not much fun standing barefooted on boiling hot ceramic tiles in the middle of the day, so I cant say I remember much of what I was viewing, just of pouring my drinking water onto the floor so I could stand in one spot for a few seconds….
The phrase "Mad dogs and Englishman" came to mind as I wandered around the quiet streets surrounding the temple, in the scorching hot middle of the day. Many of the ...
... started asking us questions about where we were from and then he said he wanted to bless us with a hindu puthu (not sure if that's the real name for it, but that's what mum always called it). He put his finger in a pot and placed it on our foreheads - one with red powder and one with white. After he had done it he said "sorry miss, this is cow dung". Great!! Thanks for that!! Anyway, he then told us that the hindus make this stuff to put on their heads for blessings ...