Ywca Guest House
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Author: Grumpy Steve
Grumpy is underselling just how foul a mood I was in this entire day. Lauren only wanted one full day in Chennai so we needed to see the sights immediately. I was not prepared for it mentally or physically. I was exhausted and extremely far out of my comfort zone. So I responded in the least mature way possible. By …
We checked out after another epic breakfast and hung about waiting for our laundry to be ready. After repacking it in the lobby we walked to the metro and caught a train to a bus station. Getting out near the station we wandered about lost while locals and Google Maps gave us conflicting directions. Eventually we got on the …
... were very warmly greeted by a very bubbly Aunty Bobo, the spitting image of my mum, so much so that Rob kept calling her "mum" which she was really chuffed about. I hadn't seen her in over 30 years! We were welcomed to a feast with homemade idlis and sambhar! That was just the start of a feeding fest that went on all week with my Aunty on a mission to fatten us all up! Gautam's (my ...
... her son Suresh felt called to follow up on his mother's mission and expand the impact that Harvest India could have on India. As of 2010, Harvest India has a hand in over 1,000 village churches, 17 orphanages, 6 bible colleges, a nurse training center, an HIV/AIDs center, feeding programs, retirement homes, medical centers and much more. There is over 200 volunteer staff that comes worldwide to make this ministry operate. But at the heart of this organization is one: God. ...
... from everyone around us, we knew the food was going to be good. We were also very excited to eat our first Indian meal authentically with no utensils. In India, everything is finger food. I got mine first (they never serve meals at the same time). Ghee Masala Dosa: A huge crispy fried crepe stuffed with a warm curried potato filling, served with ...