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1 February 2015 we made our first trip of the year; a first-time visit to Chennai, India. Thirty-eight participants from three countries attended the month long training. We delivered our part of the training from Monday to Friday, presenting 17 sessions covering 14 modules including demonstration and practicum sessions.
Feedback from participants was most encouraging with many indicating the training had encouraged them to think about and formulate their plans ...
... into a termite home on the side of some steps.. these ones really hurt if they bite. As we were coming back to the cottage one evening we saw a large grub struggling with a load of these ants surrounding it, overpowering it. It was so hard to watch and yet we couldn’t stop watching…. Hannah managed to film it a little and I got some sub-standard pics, but it was fascinating (in a way). We left them to it and came back a few minutes later where there was no ...
... baht (about 9 dollars) was only a little more expensive than the convoluted way I used to go. From now on, it's the taxi for me - even with less baggage.
At the airport, while waiting for my flight to depart, I got into a conversation with three lovely young Indian women who were returning home from a trip around Thailand. For one of the gals, it was her first ever trip abroad. I'm always interested to hear about people's first trips ...
To our surprise Marisel didn't have to go to school today. So we thought it wise to start off early (since we all had woken up). We had our eyes set on Coffee.Com for breakfast. But they didn't open till 12.30. So off we went, hunting for breakfast. Not as easy as we hoped. They don't open so early. We ended up at the chocolate place for some mousse and hot chocolate, before we could have some real food at The Pasta Bar Veneto (seemed to be one of the few ...
... by tasty chutneys and veg curry. After breakfast we took a look at the stone carvings which were interesting if not particularly spectacular.
And that was it. India, done.
It's dirty, it stinks, it's inexplicable, frustrating, noisy, colourful, incredibly beautiful, warm, hilarious, spectacular and we loved it.