JC Residency Madurai
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
Photos of JC Residency Madurai
TripAdvisor Reviews JC Residency Madurai
Travel Blogs from Madurai
Tamil Nadu is not an easy place. At least that's the impression I get from the people of Kerala. My driver says they are an angry people. One of the hotel staff told me to only eat at my hotel and to be careful. There certainly is paperwork as Sujeesh needed to sort out permits at the check point. Because of language difficulties I didn't get to …
I woke up feeling fine. Almost disappointed that all my fears had not come to pass. This meant we could do stuff on this day and so we did. Starting with peanut butter sandwiches for breakfast. We nabbed some wheat bread from a nearby bakery and just enjoyed not having curry for breakfast.
Having worked out which was the actual bus stop we used it to get across town to the Gandhi Museum. We were greeted by a column of primary ...
... about 10 people at once. Thali is basically an all-you-can-eat meal: in South India it's all served on a big banana leaf, and the waiter comes around with huge pots of rice, and chappatis and papadums and his pots of different curries and dahls, and splats it all down in front of you, and keeps splatting it until you're so full you think you might die. It's often ridiculously cheap ($1.50!) and usually really, really good. We are slowly getting better at using our hands to ...
... for teaching sisters across the world through Aravind’s network. All pretty cool stuff. And whilst we both left feeling like we really managed to do something really worthwhile and achieve our goals in the end, my God was it a challenge on the way there! Impossible to get into it all… so here are just a few examples:
· It took both of us at least a week to work out what the hell we were actually expected to do. In many ways we ...
... that he thought we would be interested in. After his great call for the last unscheduled stop, this was a dud. I thought I would wander back to check out the gold cutting going on at the back of the temple - figured it must be some artisans working on jewelry for the many visitors. Raj and I had some slight miscommunication though: when he pointed me back to this black outdoor, ...