Vivanta By Taj Whitefield
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... were pretty decent and Willem even ended up buying something so it was worth our while. We agreed to visit one more shop with him after he gave us some rupees for breakfast. Once we had eaten we wandered back to MG road, found a coffee shop and sat chilling until Kazuki showed up. It was good to catch up over several more coffees before having a wander round the malls. There wasn't much to see or do, it was ...
... 72 items which are prohibited from hand luggage which include crowbars, billy clubs, tear gas, hand grenades, hammers and black jacks. Fortunately we have none of these items with us today :-) Finally we are through to the boarding gate. Just one hour to go before our scheduled departure. We're assuming that, since they have let us through, our flight is on time. Better pop to the loo. Just as I'm about to enter the ladies, an urgent voice behind says I cannot go in ...
... down in the river. Hanuman came to the place, found the stud and returned to Sita devi. That’s why Hanuman got the name Muthetharaya here.
It was early May when we went Muthathi this time. Because of summer season, tThere was very less water in the river. We could see the beautiful black granite stones on the river bed and walk over ...
... for the other ear. Blessed the first time today by a young man who told me what the brightly coloured piles were as seen in another attached picture. Fruit and veggies looked fabulous – must keep Indians healthy.
On to Bull Temple. An elephant carved out of a rock on top of a small hill. He is Nandi, Shiva’s Vahana (vehicle). We circled inside the small temple and then another blessing! Rich blessed as well ...
... add - for Mum's sake) roads to all the temples. Hanuman was the best - though you had to climb a steep flight of 600 stairs up the side of a mountain to get to it; I thought I was going to pass out! Watching the old Indian men and women do it made me feel a bit ashamed of my efforts... they were clearly past their prime and struggling. All in the name of religion, eh?
At the top I met a girl from Israel called Ellie, so we had a climb over the boulders, taking in ...