Crescent Park Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... cousin of a friend of mine in Narooma. Debby had come to Knitfest with Heather during the year and was in Chennai studying a chanting course. She is a yoga teacher in Melbourne. So we joined Debby and three of her class mates for a typical Hindu meal Thali. A selection of small dishes both savoury and sweet served with different breads and rice. Delicious! Unfortunately no beer tonight! Travelled to and from restaurant in an auto rickshaw - ...
... including lemon and lime, salted caramel, raspberry and dark chocolate. So good!! We then returned to the Pan Asian restaurant that we also ate at last week. We shared a combination of dishes including sweetcorn fritters (amazing!!), spring rolls, fried squid and sweet and sour tofu! It was then of course time for another birthday cake... Number 6 of the trip!!! Having gone straight to dinner from work, it was then time to head back to the hotel relatively early for ...
To celebrate NYE, I decided to go to Goa. Goa is what it is, although, deep down I was hoping for something more. I can't say I’m disappointed. Maybe I could’ve chosen another beach or town, but all in all Anjuna was ok. After a couple of days of relaxing at the beach it was time for me to move again. I booked a bus ticket to the nearest big city in the South, Mangalore. I was planning to spend one night there and then head on South, into the Coorg region. ...
... we went around corners. I was quite sure I was going to be involved in some type of accident but was proven wrong making it safely to the hotel slightly shaken.
Our hotel, Hotel Pandian was near the Egmore train station in Chennai but not near much else. The hotel was also not much to write home about either. Claiming they are a third time winner of the National Tourism Award for the "best two star Hotel in India", we all agreed ...
... were seven magnificent temples what are known as the
seven pagodas, built near the sea shore. But the lonely survivor is the shore
temple. It was originally constructed during the 7th century and later Narasimha Varman II completed the skilled work during his rule. This is
one of the oldest of the south Indian temples which were structural temples
constructed in the Dravidian style. The shore temple has ...