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... she could explain a lot about everything there was to see. The evenings in Mamallapuram were also nice. Normally everything there closes down at 11pm, but I had met an English cook who worked there, and he always knew the place which would stay open longer. We were always with the same group of 8-10 people in that place and always had a good time.
With only two nights to go in India, I had to head for Chennai. I ended up in a guesthouse which Peter had recommended to ...
... a cure for it is made available through an antibiotic but the older generation has lost their fingers and toes. It was moving to be in a church service where they worshipped God with us and had such joy in the praise of Jesus. As a church we support Word to the World each month by supporting a local pastor. It costs just $300 per month to support a pastor and his family. This is a great ...
... and this time stops beside a temple. Turning off the engine he gets out of the car murmuring, ‘one minute.’ After a prayer and offering to Buddha he nips back to the car and we are safely on our way again. Not an unusual occurrence and one that, given the road and traffic conditions, makes me feel that the odds might be ever so slightly on our side. However, when we make a second stop for a similar offering only fifteen minutes further on, I begin to wonder if ...
... some family friends who happened to live a couple of streets away. I spent the next 3 hours doing what I do best- yapping away! The Chennai international airport was the least impressive of the three cities I'd been to. Disorganized, crowded, and had dirty seat covers/ restrooms. I waited to use the restroom on the plane, which is something I normally try to avoid. I then boarded Thai airways and off I went to ...
... picks it up every day but Sunday. The
women’s outfits are in radiant hot pink and neon green and blue colors. There
are random goats, cows and dogs wandering around. I’m a bit worried about
rabies, as India has the highest percentage of rabies cases in the world. But I
should be fine, as long as I stay away from animals, which I do anyway as I am
not an animal person.
The traffic is chaotic here. There are streets with divided