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After a rather late night endeavouring to get the daily edition of our blog up on the net, a few hours sleep and then down to have a quick swim in the hotel's "well-ness centre". Funny looking well, we would call it a pool back in Australia. Then breakfast and onto the road. It took about one nanosecond after the hotel's front door was opened by the Tamil attired doorman, to realise that somebody had left the oven door open !! Big time. It's hot in Chennai, even at 09.00.
... cashew biscuits crushed with oats, raisins and nutella – they were supposed to be then covered with dairy milk, but the stuff they make here does not want to melt... meaning we had to eat half melted dairy milk yesterday afternoon! (we did have an extra-hard workout & swim to help counteract it...). I’ve been wanting to bake a cake for everyone, but ingredients are hard to come by for some of the things i want to try, so tomorrow I’ll hopefully ...
... which was a little swish, where I spotted beef on the menu.. I immediately ordered a beef burger and we both ordered tea - realising it was our first STS (secret tea society) in way over a year. My Aunty Aruna had sent me a couple of care packages, the first to my great aunt, and the second to Naren - unfortunately I didn't receive the first one yet as I'd left Pune early, but the second I opened at the restaurant... It was a bit ...
I'm still experimenting with the eating schedule and decided to stick with a late breakfast of porridge, a boiled egg and some fruit finished off with a mug of tea and a mango smoothie chaser! For lunch I took a club sandwich with me to the office. You're probably thinking that this does not sound like I'm entertaining the Indian cuisine. Give me a chance! It's only day 4 and I'm taking my time . Anyhow my ...
... it's a temple as such. More of a walkway under two arches with cute little stalls along the sides. We bought a bundle of grass each and fed it to a decorated elephant that swooped its big trunk in to the crowds sniffing for the food. I think it was a girl and she wanted to tap mark on his lil coconut head, ha. Then as always something has to happen to me... As I went to feed her my bit of grass she snotted on my top before grabbing it! -Then we were taken to a museum even though ...