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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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It took almost an hour to get there, and it was like no board shop I had ever seen.. It was essentially a tiny building with nothing in it but a desk and a few used surfboards. But I felt at home - there were boards, bright colors, quicksilver hats and swim trunks, Roxi stickers, and a Slayer tee shirt to top it off (all things you would commonly see in a place like Summit Boardshop where I worked for 2 years).
... day of steady touristing ( I've invented a new verb), we went back to the Madras club for a quick bite to eat and a shower. The managing director of our travel agency has been a member of this club for about ten years, and he signed us into the pool area ( for a shower) as his guests and treated us to a meal in the poolside cafe - this was to make up for the hassle we had when we had to swap drivers a few days ...
... should have realised he was trying to line me up for it when he was complimenting me and saying I had "the air of royalty"!!
We're at the hotel in Chennai now, the same one that we stayed at in 2012. It really is a good place. We've just been enjoying a few Kingfishers in the hotel bar (well I have been anyway, while Lauren stayed on the Pepsis). It's time for bed now (11:30pm), it may be a late start in the morning.
... snoring did. All the while I could only stare longingly at all of the empty seats in front of me - unable to move to them because I was unwilling to pay the surcharge.
Speaking of which, after my previous blog entry, several of my friends commented that all one has to do to avoid AirAsia's insurance scam is to click "No" when asked if you want the insurance. Ha - if it were only that simple! They loaded the question with double negatives so that it ...
... any foreigner. This was the alligator park. Basically, India once had an incredible amount of these dangerous amphibians, probably back around the time when the country’s total population maxed out somewhere around 100 million. Hell, back in 1947, when India was partitioned, the population was 350 million. In 1947 India had the same population as the United States has today, with one third of the land mass. Today the country booms with 1.1 billion people. The land ...