Hotel Abu Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... The quality was better the shops I'd seen earlier in the week at Pondy Bazaar. There was everything from carved wood elephants and symbols of their gods to scarves, carpets and marble pieces.
A Hindu temple was our next destination, which turned out to be our entertainment for the day. No disrespect intended, it's just that it became quite evident that we were completely out of our element in a whole new way. As we walked up ...
... sad state of affairs of Indian politics, Mr Raghavan informed us that it was the receivers of the cash that were prosecuted for selling their votes and not the buyers. Apparently, the politicians buying the votes are just too difficult to arrest so the focus is on "the common man". Whenever the police saw us in the car they waved us through. After our beach stroll we had a rather nice meal with Mr Raghavan and his driver that consisted of a rather large amount of tasty bread. ...
... the final test on Omnichannel, following which we continued with our scenarios and test cases. Just before lunch we were able to start the execution phase by getting our test data ready to run the test cases and had most if this setup done before breaking for lunch. Our final lunch courtesy of our favorite OMR restaurant, Aloft, was as fantastic as ever... we're just not sure how we'll adjust to going back to ...
We relaxed mainly at the hotel on our last day in India, and just had a brief walk out in the Kodambakkam area, near our hotel. We also did some travel washing - and I managed to lose a pair of pants over the balcony, into the car park below - never to be seen again!
We had an early dinner, then headed to the airport. Chennai really is under-rated, or at least has a bad reputation, in our view. The city is ...
... imagine the busiest road in your city or town, and then triple the traffic, and add camels, cows, buffalo, goats, pigs, dogs, approximately 4 thousand people on one pavement, a colourful temple emitting chanting, people’s cell phones blaring Bollywood tunes, constant cars beeping in all pitches, and overpowering smells – exhaust fumes, animal excrement, incense, a bit of wee and some chai masala spices – and you’ve sort of got an idea. Not every day ...