Around the World in Ten Photos (7)

Our destination yesterday was Mamallapuram, in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. An ancient seaport, it’s a wonderful place to wander round exploring its temples, its carvings – all those elephants! – near the long sandy beach lined with fishing boats, and a small friendly town.

And today we’ll remain outside Europe. But where? Your best clue in narrowing it down may be in the featured photo. The woman in pink in the foreground is wearing the traditional dress of that country.

Andrew of Have Bag, Will Travel invited me to join him and other bloggers to post one favourite travel picture a day for ten days without explanation, then each day, nominate someone new to join in on the same terms. It’s getting awfully near Christmas, so this is the last time I’m going to ask someone specific to join in: and I’m asking you, Susan Rushton. No pressure at all, but if you do decide to join in, I don’t think it’ll count against you if you don’t post during the Christmas season.

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

48 thoughts on “Around the World in Ten Photos (7)”

  1. She’s lovely, isn’t she? I’m going to stick my neck out and get it wrong again, purely for the entertainment value, you understand? 🙂 🙂 Thailand! Happy Sunday….


      1. Yes I should have clarified that. I couldn’t recall the precise name and my phone wouldn’t cooperate to go back one screen to find it. Even though I am not religious, temples of all kinds, including Christian ones, commonly called churches, lol, are one of my favourite sights to see when travelling. History, beauty and culture abound in them.

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  2. It’s somewhere in South Korea. Sadly for me, I have no knowledge of South Korean temples, so don’t know where in South Korea. I’ll wait until tomorrow to find out!

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  3. Lovely – and I wouldn’t have guessed this one! I have never been anywhere in South-East Asia – or in Asia for that matter! Closest I got was Sydney, but that is a bit far south! 🙂

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