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... point, most likely passing through Bangalore again on the way. As it turns out, that's exactly what happened and we met up on my last night and went for a meal. Ismail worked with me in the bakery at Morrisons during 2009. It was great catching up with him again after 6 years and we reminisced on the laughs we had as well as some of the characters we'd worked with back in the day. It was the perfect end to what has been an incredible 3 months travelling ...
... Vadai one may have tasted here in Malaysia.
If you happen to be in Chennai, then this is a must try restaurant. Everything that was tried was delicious and it was a new benchmark. The total price of our supper tonight was INR 500 which was truly worth every dime spent.
From here, it was another 20 minutes to our hotel. By the time we reached the hotel, it was 10.30 ...
... for my free dinner. But that was not to be. Air India decided what I was going to eat - or at least what I was going to be served. When I saw the meal that they were offering (a cheap vegetarian Thali consisting of mostly rice, bread (a chapati) and daal), I refused the meal. The fellow serving me apologized and told me that that was all he was authorized by Air India to give to delayed passengers. Instead, I sat down and ate the spare sandwich that I usually ...
... owner. His father had passed away only a couple months ago. At the time of his demise he was the oldest living stagewinner of the Tour de France. He also holds the record of the longest successful escape, with 253 kilometers. A record he will most probably always keep, as stages now are limited to 250 or 240 kilometers now. Pondicherry was a welcome change as, opposed to all the other places I went to in India, they had steak! It’s also nice to sit on a rooftop terrace ...
... plaza - 10 years ago when I came with Daniel, this was the only shopping mall in Chennai. Now there are about 3 or 4 bigger, more modern malls which everyone goes to. Spencer's has more traditional, Indian shops so it was a bit more interesting. Mum bought a nest of tables and I bought an extra suitcase!! (or soupcase as my Joe would call it) It was lovely to have a bit of time just to chat and wander round with Jenny, Carol and Ronnie. We left them at about 5pm and ...