Ambassador Pallava Chennai
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... well. They weren't flowers as we know them, rather just the heads, which are laboriously tied together to make hundreds of metres of long garlands, and they are sold by the metre. We took loads of photos. Once inside the market, there were people everywhere, either making the garlands or selling them. Another interesting collection of stalls was selling brightly coloured powders, we learnt later that this was for body painting; a young lad ...
... Grant Airport. I asked the lady next to me in the bus if there was a bus to the airport (which is about 20km from Dehradun), and she said there is. (For tourists, they run an expensive taxi service to the airport from the taxi stand near the train station - for about 800 rupees.) But every airport in the world has local people working at them, and invariably there is a cheap way for locals to get to the airport. The objective is to find out how the locals get to ...
... do a half a colonoscopy on me, I only had to pay half of the expected cost: sixty bucks instead of 110 for the whole thing. At least now I know why it’s so cheap: They don’t waste money on sedatives!
That evening, in order to start refilling my empty colon, Tawan cooked us a delicious, healthy, filling dinner.
Chennai, Friday, 07 March, 2014
Scott’s school class was taking an excursion to Mahabalipuram, ...
... feet away. So there were old women, and people carrying tiny children over the train tracks, and all I could think was 'what are you doing you mentalists?!?!?!?'. I know India doesn't have great H&S procedures, but surely the dangers are fairly apparent. Still, as far as I am aware no one was injured so they must have known what they were doing. Bit of a shock though, coming from a country where I can't have a poo without asking David Cameron ...
... colony in Hawaii, but man is it a tear-jerker). After a quick layover in Hong Kong, a 6 hour layover in Delhi and a 30 minute taxi ride, I arrived at my apartment in Chennai, greeted by Lotte (my housemate from Holland) and the landlord Mr. Rajagopalan (an intriguing old man - tall, graceful and very slender with extremely long, bony fingers. He looks like a Tim Burton movie character).
I’ve been to India once before and I’d like to ...