Ambassador Pallava Chennai
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... brekkie at 7:30am.
Later in the day, Naren came back so that we could Skype back home telling Jen and a super excited Federica about Narens exciting news (more on that later). After a catch up with them we went out for "lunch" at the fruit shop (juice cafe), which was a pomegranate and black pepper combo called "sams pick up" I had to really, and despite the interesting ingredient combo it was super tasty!
Sunday I was awaiting ...
... some guys in a "Vikram" - a kind of large tuk tuk - to take me the final distance to the airport, for another 100 rupees. At first they said that in Jolly Grant you have to book these Vikrams in advance, which worried me because I didn't see any other mode of transport available in the immediate vicinity. Eventually, though, they agreed to take me - and I got to the airport with plenty of time to spare, and a new adventure under my belt.
After I checked ...
... is a bit overprinted, with small print, but it extends a lot further than the Lonely Planet map, and shows that we are less than halfway to town from the airport (until now, we weren’t sure exactly WHERE we were). The interesting area around the river is at the second river, not the one near us.
Looking out the window, we can see the half-completed Metro, which is of little use to us, but beyond we can see the rail line which ...
... check him out.
Rickshaw fender bender: Yup, I already got into a little accident! Dude, the traffic is so crazy here. I thought I’d be used to it by now, but I still get anxious in those rickshaws. A few days ago, my driver was EXTRA aggressive, passing other vehicles, cutting people off, driving into on-coming traffic and swerving back in our lane at the last second. Usually I just shut my eyes when it gets bad so I don’t have a panic attack, but ...
... underneath my body" deal for as long as I can, but I have to take breaks every time I start running out of air and getting all sweaty. (I also discovered that my sheets smell a bit funny, which doesn’t help the situation). Today, I finally went on a mission in search of a mosquito net (a long adventure in itself which included a questionable man offering me a ride on his motorcycle) and used some rope, a hair tie, Scotch tape and a laundry hook to hang ...