Courtyard By Marriott Chennai
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... is revealed to me.
This non-fiction literature also carried me across the Andaman Sea and Bay of Bengal as I arrived in Chennai at 10:00 pm with a bit of delay. Due to sitting in the second row, I was fast to get through immigration just to walk straight into the welcoming arms of Ranju...whom I have not seen for over two years. Taking the roads of Chennai to his house felt somewhat like coming home!
... anymore. It's not really a southern Indian thing.
It started to rain...hard. This was totally unexpected, Lucas saying it was unusual for this time of the year.
Lucas gave us a briefing of the entire tour: in one ear and out the other. Nothing to stop it you say, Peta Baby? Lucas will be doing most of the tour leading until Hampi. This is his first time doing this particular tour.
Organized for 0900 departure. We were going to walk to the ...
... that really caught my eye though was the line Men travelling the world need to be given attention and care and shoes are part of that look (I wonder what Imelda Marcos would have to say about that?).
What a load of b★!*-*#s - they ought to take a look at my Lidl's motorcycle boots that have endured many a good road trip without so much as a dab of cherry blossom noir.
So that's my Sunday rant over on the stupidity of media driven ...
This rock cut cave has impressive sculptures of Varaha (Vishnu's Boar avatar), Gajalakshmi, Trivikrama and Durga.
According to Hindu mythology,
Hiranyaksha, a demon abducts Earth (Bhudevi) and carries it to the
bottom of the cosmic ocean. The boar avatar of ...
... a crashing halt once I left the airport. I had arranged to meet up with Mo and Ernesto in the international arrivals hall, only to find I was not permitted to re-enter the airport without a ticket. So caught in the no-man's land between the terminal building and the heaving crowds behind the huge barriers outside, I patiently waited for their Emirates flight to disgorge. The wait was worthwhile and after a warm re-union, we set off in a taxi into the depths of ...