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|8th April 2009, 17:53||#47|
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I have spent 4 years in Tiruvannamalai doing my Engg.
I really loved that small town. Thanks for bringing back those memories.
Though i have been passing thru Gingee quiet often, i never visited the fort.
Didnt know it was that good.
Great trip indeed.
|8th April 2009, 18:07||#48|
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|8th April 2009, 18:16||#49|
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Both you anna's nice to know that you all visited Gingee fort. I traveled to this place en route Pondy in 2007 and was dead tired after I scaled the place where the complaint bell is supposedly to be located.
Isnt there 2 forts , Rajagiri and Krishnagiri forts on the right and left of the road respectively.
And what was the whole fiasco about mworry, lost the car keys eh ?
|8th April 2009, 21:07||#50|
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Yes, there are 2 forts and you are right.
Actually, he did not loose the car keys. The keys was kept in the dickey and door was locked. Unfortunately, all other doors were also locked. After removing the beading of both FR RH & LH sides, the mechanic was abloe to open the FR LH door. All these while Mj looked worried hence he has a new nick name "Mworry"
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