Travel Blogs from Chennai (Madras)
... that is what i enjoyed the most of it.
I made very sneeky picures haha.
and after that we decide to go for a small drink at the hilton hotel , very sjiek there. dont feel like proper dressed but its all fine i see. so on to coctails than.
so far chennai
with many thanks to rikhia. with you i coulth laugh and have fun. we had those small moments i really enjoyed so much. lets hope to meet again once.
Madras claims to be one of the three cities in the world where one of Jesus's apostles was entombed, the others being Rome and Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Saint Thomas (doubting Thomas) is believed to have brought Christianity to the Indian subcontinent and was killed by a lance at Saint Thomas Mount south of Chennai in 72 A.D. Thomas's remains were apparently later taken to Italy, but Chennai ...
... though! Loriel says I am the opposite of OCD but India certainly puts that theory to the test. Unfortunately the smell of urine is everywhere in the cities and even makes my strong stomach gag. The most testing was when I stepped in fresh urine, barefoot, in a temple museum. My charades at trying to explain what I did and where to find a water tap was definitely entertaining (how do you act out a man ******* in a ladylike manner??) But the best bit was once they knew ...
... us. This area is not used to western visitors so all children want to shake your hand or have a picture taken with you. Thankfully there is a small roof space
outside the room where the entertainment can take place. There is a lot of dancing from the various
age groups and a short play from some of the boys based around the tragedy of turning
up to football training and finding no air in the ball! We met the tutors ...
... of Egmore Station; entrance on BKN Ave.)
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