Hotel Aruna Chennai
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... somebody went to the toilet it flushed right outside our window and sounded like a very loud, gushing waterfall being pumped by a steam engine. When somebody showered it was even worse! This was all on top of the immense humidity. By the time it was light, I felt as though I had only just gotten to sleep. It was pretty annoying. I was not great company this morning. I think I have become accustomed to traveling in Europe haha! Kaete had organised a visit to scarf for ...
... structure on our right, about ten floors, with massive illuminated domed roofs, and floodlit walls. This proves to be our hotel, the ITC-Grand Chola, one of our extravagances for the trip. It’s five star, and we’ve paid A$175 per night for two nights, a fortune for India. We’ve been to plenty of rat-holes in our previous three trips to India, but this time we want to experience some of the upmarket places as well as the ...
Above is the website that you can see where we visited when we got off the plane in Chennai. We flew from Kerala to Chennai (Madras). One of the ophthalmology residents that is studying under/with Erick (and other ophthalmologists) at the U of MN (Erick asked him to join us on this trip), Adam, picked us up, with a driver and we went to this ...
... a major stop and picked up a lot more passengers. In our carriage was a big group heading to Chennai for a wedding.
The party had a lot if women, two girls a bit younger than me and two small girls, twins, who spent the afternoon doing their colouring and puzzle books. I stayed up a little chatting to the two girls who were really nice and shared their food with me. I had samosa, something made of maize flour, a sweet, butterscotch ice cream and a mouth freshener which ...
... are narrow. Nimble pedestrians, wobbling cyclists, motorbikes and tuk-tuks, huge white oxen, pedal-powered goods-movers and enormous carts overflowing with packed wooden boxes, bulging hessian sacks or just a mountain of golden straw - all are trying to get either from A to B, or from B back to A. No lanes, no rules, try your luck and maybe you'll make it through.
Sometimes a procession will go past, a feast for all ...