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It was a rather interesting sight to see the operation of the pedestrian crossing outside of this fort. It actually functioned as we would expect. Drivers stopped and gave way to pedestrians. It must be the only functional pedestrian crossing in all of India. Perhaps this could be included in an "all India tourist brochure ?"
Off to the Chennai flower market: Chennai's equivalent to Delhi's Chandni Chowk. Narrow streets about 8 metres ...
... flavoured with saffron and cardamom alongside mango flavor and topped with nuts, mango chunks and a random chunk of brownie!
This morning, Naren will bring me my first package from the post office which my great aunt had forwarded on, then we will go for a " local" breakfast before I get a train down to chengalpattu. I'm not sure on the web situation there but hopefully I'll be able to send an update soon enough.
Till then, bye bye x x x x ...
... back in Bangkok, I have to say that the first thing I notice after six weeks in India is the girls! Girls, girls, girls - everywhere. In public! And pretty ones, too! What a delight for the senses, after six weeks of seeing just men, men, men - as nice as some of them might have been.
Okay, I'll do one final posting for this trip in a week or so, wrapping things up - and informing you of a big change that is about to take place in my life. Till next time, then.
There appear to be no fire alarms or detectors. The building is solid concrete. The only reason the sand is not falling out of the broken bottom buckets is because it is solid. Wiring is very haphazard. This building had just been painted and the spaghetti of wire was in tre way. The obvious solution is to paint over the wires.
lunch is often "meals" Here is my lunch with Carl digging in with his right hand in true Indian style.
... the best French bakery called Bakers Street and we went ALL OUT! YEAH MAAAAN!!!! A 'bacon' ... Yep BAC-BLOOMIN-LOVELY-ON & egg salad, warm ham & cheese quiche, ham & bacon pizza, chocolate pastry, a strawberry tart, filter coffees & a fresh orange juice later and 1200 rupees down we rolled out like stuffed pigeons. I couldn't quite manage all my tart so i got the rest boxed up on the thought that id find a homeless person to give it to. On the way out straight in front ...