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... br> The afternoon was taken up visiting gardens, the parsi cement (bodies r placed in the open for the vultures to eat and the clean bones r returned to the family). Unfortunately all the vultures have died because a chemicals taken by the parsi when they were alive, so they now use solar panels to descicate the bodies.
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... row slow down, wait for a small gap and move into the second row, then the third and so on. They do not slow down for local people at all. Whenever we cross the road we are accompanied by at least 20 locals so they cross safely. Lee and I crossed a dual carriageway with 12 rows of cars only to find a subway on the other side ! Duh !!! Another difference is the lack of men peeing and spitting here, this is a welcome difference. We stopped and ...
... them down from 2500 rupee to 500 rupee for all six bags, that's about A$10. What a job the porters had they carried two bags on their head while dragging another behind. Our driver Venkey took us to a local restaurant for lunch Saravana Bhavan where we had Thali curries and local delicacies. Our guide joined us and we drove by Parliament House, Madras University, war memorial, toured the bronze museum, visited Saint Thomas ...
... forced us to eat sugar balls, wrapped out wrists with some holy string and then made us pay them. I tried to be strong and refused to pay them but finally caved and gave them 10 rupees ( the equivalent of 16 cents I think). Meanwhile Otter gave them 100 rupees...woops! After our hour ferry ride we arrived at Elephanta. The caves are ancient and have carvings and statues of the god Shiva, they are basically 5-6 caves built right into the rock with shrines and prayer areas ...
... correctly. With our hunger building and the day getting on he starts pulling over asking for directions to the restaurant. The problem is he keeps asking for a restaurant called Sumrout. Which obviously gets us no closer to our destination. We keep insisting its called Samrat. He keeps agreeing and calling it Sumrout. As all our frustration levels rise Alex notices that we are in a familiar part of town. Checking our map she quickly gets her bearings and provides directions to ...