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... and shampoos she gives them when 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 ...
... to witness the sunrise and sunset over the towns promontory and worship at the temple on the island. We are woken at 0430 by prayers wailing through loudspeakers placed all through the town urging us all from our beds. Our hotel is soon a swarm of excited, chattering pilgrims and porters making so much din it’s impossible for an atheist to get any rest. So Amber and I sit sleepily on the balcony watching the sun appear and a huge rat in the gutters of the street ...
... of the UNESCO recognized temple less than 2 km to the north..
Meenakshi Amman Temple (also called Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple)
We had to wait for the re-opening of this historic 380 hundred year old Hindu temple. A temple located here dates to antiquity but the present structure was built between 1623 and 1655.
We went to the roof of a nearby antique shop to get a ...
... on the funeral pyre of her dead husband. But if you weren't lucky enough to be a bit posh, things were still pretty bad. An Englishman could kill an Indian without any repercussions. The boards say an Indian had to salaam to any white man he saw, but I'm not entirely sure what that means, it doesn't sounds like fun though. But the middle classes eventually spoke up and in 1885 the Indian National Congress was formed ...
These are Paul's best bits and top tips.
Places to go –
Varanasi; the essential heart of India, it’s doesn’t get more Indian (or crazy) than this, burning bodies a go go!
Darjeeling; cool, clear hill town in the foot hills of the Himalaya, staggering panoramic view of Kangchenjunga (India’s highest and the world’s 3rd largest mountain) with the plus of ...