Esthell Continental Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... its charter to conduct trading operations in India. The Portuguese and the Dutch were heavily involved trading spices and textiles in the area and it appears we were late to the party. It took 8 years for the first ship to arrive in this region and the trading seems to have gone on in a pretty shoddy manner. Security must have been a bit of a shambles because in the mid 1700’s the French put together a bit of a crew and decimated the British fighting forces in the ...
... Indian breakfast I found out I was an international drug smuggler. This did nothing to help my mood. Also it's entirely accurate. As I was putting on my walking shoes my toes impacted a plastic bag. Taking this out revealed a wad of weed. Not much, maybe an ounce. The last time I had worn these shoes was in Siem Reap where I had left them on a communal shoe rack. I suspect this is where someone had utilised my footwear as a drug locker. So it's likely I had transported ...
... Following the dancing debacle we finally got to catch up with Aparna (Dee's cousin). We met at Chamiers, a lovely little tea room serving British teas and American pancakes! There was also a gift shop that we made full use of. It was a very nice brunch and great to meet Aparna! En route back to the hotel we made our debut shopping experience on the OMR/ IT Expressway (one of the main motorways in Chennai) and bought smiley face balls for the ...
... way out of the airport and found our driver. We waited for about an hour for Agbenu to come out so that we could all go together. The driver, Richard, was great but only quickly mentioned how people drive on the streets here. We very quickly learned that the roads are great chaos! Lots of cars and bikes weaving in and out of each other. Needless to say, it was a white knuckle ride for all three of us. We made it to where we were staying, Poojapura, around 530am and couldn't ...
... to protect her hair, earplugs to prevent them nesting in her skull, an eye mask to block out reality and a cocoon of bedding, she finally got to sleep only to have nightmares about being attacked by insects. The following morning we woke up sweating in the soaring cabin temperatures and dubiously climbed down from the top bunks still fully clothed to meet our new cabin mates. The day past with many games of Uno, chess, various books and conversation with the ...