Esthell Continental Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that religion and treatment can coexist and both can work together. So they encourage the continuation of religious practice to improve mental health, but they also encourage other types of therapies too. Anyway it was a fascinating visit and I am glad we went. If you want to have a look at the website, here is the link: www. scarfindia.org We stayed at SCARF until about midday and then caught a truck auto to another part of Chennai where I thought some markets were. On ...
Our train arrived in Chennai last night. We were met, always reassuring to see a sign with your name, and rushed through the station. I would have liked a chance to look around a bit, for the station was filled with a fascinating crush of people (not to mention the interesting? smells). Smaller than Mumbai, only 8 million people compared to Mumbai's 20 million, the city has a different aura, a kinder, gentler feel.
We met the rest of our tour group today, ...
... of the way things have unfolded and are continuing to unfold in many countries...including my own. Gandhi's vision for Swaraj in 1946 continues:
"Independence begins at the bottom...a society must be built in which every village has to be self sustained and capable of managing its own affairs...Growth will not be a pyramid with the apex sustained by the bottom."
Ok enough of the Gandhi quotes and to its relevance; this has a lot ...
... students follow with either an engineering college for 4 more years or a medical college for 5 more years plus 1 year of an internship. Engineering students pay about 413,000 rupees ($1 US dollar=50 rupees) or about $8300 per year. Medical students have to pay capitation fees to cover the lab costs, which vary depending on which school they attend. India also has English style of driving, which seems to be the most common way in the places ...
... buffet lunch. Shocker!
Chennai had been quite a difficult and different experience, and we felt that although we have visited difficult places before, being so far into our travels and Annabelle being ill we didn’t attack it with our usual enthusiasm, so a slight regret there but on the up side Chris was extremely excited as Annabelle extolled the virtues and comforts of Goa. ...