Crescent Park Hotel
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Today we decided to head out to the Government Museum. It had a good collection with exhibits ranging from portraits of old British Governors to ancient Hindu sculptures. We enjoyed a good hour or two there while the temperature rose rapidly, I thought I was getting used to the heat but it seems not! We then headed over to the Express Avenue Mall for some lunch and a bit of ...
... rode back home...nothing like getting over your fears by facing them! Although mums jokes since then have all been about me trying to kill my own mother, we have laughed about it, wishing it had been filmed because it was the most pathetic scooter accident (if u can even call it that) in history!! Day 3 - The following morning we went to book tickets to "Long Island" for Thursday and in the afternoon, went to elephant beach which was stunning, we had to walk 30minutes through ...
Great airport - it was empty and the plane was only a quarter or so full. This is how it should be!!
One hours flight and the bags just about beat us to the carousel.
Then an hour through the rush hour to our hotel.
That's it and that's all.
Couple of photies of trains to keep you happy.
Steam tomorrow and then off to Delhi.
... performing a ritual where it waves it’s trunk in front of the statue of the God Ganesh (the elephant god) as if it’s praying. This was quite a scene to see. I tried to take some pictures and video, which are posted below. But I apologize for their poor quality because of the lighting.
The dance performance was another thing I had been waiting to see. Bharatanatyam is a style of dance often accompanied by classical Indian styles of music. It is ...
... fun with Antony on the trip. I was so impressed with southern India that I decided to come back and explore more on my own. I started with Chennai doing my third Global Volunteer program here. Antony arranged my domestic flights and a hotel in Goa. I met his wife, daughter, Rakshita, who was three at that time. Global Volunteers had accomplished my goal of establishing friendships with Indians including now Sheeba and Raja. We ...