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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the taste buds. The local tea, coffee and biscuits are most enjoyable! Despite not having great access to fresh fruit, the bananas, grapes and watermelon we sampled were really tasty.
Both of us have now experienced the joys of feeding ourselves by only employing the five digits of the right hand. David hasn’t practiced that skill since ‘high chair’ days! Strategies have been employed to make sure that we only use our right hands. ...
... We asked her what she was doing, and she answered, "I'm exercising." It turns out that she had seen me doing pushups earlier, during which I grunted a few times. She asked her parents what I was doing and they told her I was exercising. So in her mind, exercising meant grunting. Ha. She picks up on everything we do - and she doesn't forget anything. She has an amazing vocabulary for a 2-year old, and I'm trying to add to her vocabulary by teaching ...
... our hotel but unfortunately we hadn't found it) the food was amazing and was in a lovely outdoor setting. At the end of lunch it was time to say goodbye to Sriki and Vijiy :( this was very sad as they have been amazing hosts and we have really got to know them over the past 4 weeks. We will certainly be staying in touch. For our final afternoon we ventured to the shore temples and Dakshin Chitra to complete our tourist list of things to do and see in Chennai. The shore temples ...
... relatively unscathed.
Now, the next portion of proceedings was the train journey. Alwin had very kindly booked our train tickets for the journey to Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu and the 4th largest city in India. Mainly as a transport hub for us as the Lonely Planet tells us that there is nothing much in Chennai, and of course the Lonely Planet is gospel so we're only staying a couple of nights before moving on.
In retrospect, ...
... we have previously tasted. As long as they were cockroach free we were pretty thankful to be honest. We settled down for the night and spent most of the evening talking to two indian business men who I am currently in talks with about joint enterprise, however they need to increase their revenue before this can happen. Feeling slightly more comfortable we settled down in bed (Alice still with her defence system) to sleep and getting ever closer to our next stop ...