Hotel Corporate Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... effort with commemorative memorials in nice gardens right outside. Having arrived two hours ahead of our train departure time we had plenty of time to people watch as we stood enjoying the sunshine outside the busy station, packed with a huge military presence that day but not sure why - do like a man in a uniform. Dont know if it was the military presence or if just the norm but the atmosphere was also very calm and orderly, no tooting of tuk tuks ...
... we went into Chennai to meet up with Naren. It’s almost a 2 hour journey to get in but Naren was waiting for us at the station and whisked us straight over to a Costa coffee to try and wake us up a bit. Hannah had an ear infection and the painkillers were making her drowsy, and i was just feeling a bit tired (probably from all the doing nothing the previous day). We were driven to a place called Dakshina Chitra, which reminds me of St Fagans (the museum of ...
... coming up with the most wonderful combinations. After a woman is married in India she wears about 6 inches of bangles on each arm for 6 months. Several of our students had these bracelets, just beautiful. Of course we also had to get henna tattoos. There were many young adult men on the sidewalks with books full of designs. I let our power shopper choose my design and then we rushed back to the hotel to get ready for the Culture Event night at the hospital auditorium. ...
... they actually did,I sat up and on the floor to the right of me among the dust were 3 pieces of cotton with blood on them. It doesn't sound so bad but I would have failed my practical exam if I'd put anything with bodily fluids on it into a normal black dustbin let alone left it on the floor,incase of infectious diseases it should go in a specific (bright yellow in France) bin bag, however here of course where AIDs is a national problem, they disinfect nothing,have ...
... Das religiöse Leben und seine Rituale sind keine Privatsache, sondern Teil des öffentlichen Lebens. Beim Besuch mancher Tempel wird man – gegen eine kleine Spende – von einem Elefanten „gesegnet". Nicht der Priester legt dem Gläubigen hier die Hand auf, sondern ein Elefant legt seinen Rüssel auf Deinen Kopf. Mit oder ohne Religion – das ist schon etwas Besonderes! Archäologische Stätten mit uralter Bildhauerkunst sind keine streng ...