Ttdc Tamil Nadu Ii
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... India trip and this was a great fare well to this magnificent and incredible and challenging country.
Must see: Golden Temple in Amritsar, Taj Mahal in Agra, Khajuraho Temples, Madurai Temple, Jodhpur-blue city
Waste of time: Jaipur, Mumbai, Delhi, Elephanta Caves near Mumbai
Most over-rated: Kerala backwaters tour – half a day is enough to see it all of the monotone and mile for ...
... we have not done much shopping, but the girls had been given money by their granddad for a treat, so we went and got them kitted out with Indian ankle bracelets. Now we just need to work on their tan and the Indian in them will really start to show!
We enjoyed our time in Madurai, but feel that we could have explored a bit more. However, Indian cities can be a bit overwhelming for young children, so we will put it on the list of places to re-visit some ...
... which means fisheye, because she doesn't blink. And that, by the way, is how you can if someone is divine, because gods don't blink. Meenakshi becomes a great general and conquers land after land until she comes to the Himalayas. There she meets the god Shiva on the battlefield. Her third breast disappears so she knows that this is the guy she is going to marry. But not only that, she also loses her fierceness and becomes shy and demure. Well, she lost ...
... of having to kill and eat it made me feel sorry for the little things. Christmas Day was difficult for me. I really missed being home with all my family and skyping everyone made me feel even worse. That said its only one year and there's no way I will miss another one. We were lucky enough to find a restaurant that was doing Xmas dinner with all the trimmings. It was nice to eat carrots, roast potatoes, cabbage and I even ate chicken and all with no spice. We played cards, drank ...
... something that we want to get used to! Kerala: We stayed in 3 different places in the south western state of Kerala: Kochi, Alleppey & Thekkady. Kochi was a one night stop over as that where our train arrived, the place itself isn't particularly interesting. We stayed in a lovely little home-stay here though which served fantastic food so that was a bonus. In Alleppey we stayed in another home-stay called Green Palms Guest House which was situated on a little island that ...