My Fortune, Chennai
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... shop. It was closed. So we sat on the stairs getting our blood sucked from us one miserable drop at a time by the cloud of mosquitoes loitering with us.
An hour later a lady who worked at the phone store showed up and immediately recognised our situation. After a series of back and forth phone calls a “technical difficulty” was diagnosed and the remedy promised in a couple of hours. We trudged back to the YWCA unwilling to ...
Our man makes a radical U-turn across heavy traffic, then cuts across several lanes to make the driveway. We are directed clockwise around the building, but get moved on at what looked like reception, and then another entrance. This may have been reception for an exclusive part of the hotel (there seemed to be a number of these, including a Presidential Suite with bullet-proof glass), but as they didn’t know what room we were ...
... site before heading to the hospital for a week of service.
We have been to another monument in Chennai (16 years ago), but this one was new to us. Erick explained doubting Thomas' story to Adam before heading to the shrine/chapel. Adam is Jewish. Thomas brought Christianity to India!
We took off our shoes to enter the holy ground (as per the sign). :-) It was indeed a ...
... t help because the echoes were even more eerie than the silence. Elaine was more concerned with the water that took some time to drain across the floor after either of us had a shower and threatened to deposit one or other of us sprawling across the floor – especially during those middle of the night trips when one is barely conscious. The other feeling of ‘unease’ for Elaine was, I think, more related to a her hang over of ‘professional duty of ...
... with the times more than the North and we are warming to it. After pizza, chips and cake we used the afternoon to book accommodation for Vietnam. The hotel has a restaurant down the road and offered room service, which we declined in favour of physically going to the restaurant. We had a lovely meal of chicken dopiaza, mutton korma, rice, butter naan, kashmiri naan and ice cream to finish. All washed down with pineapple juice and costing less than £10. Wonderful!!