Hotel Dee Cee Manor
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... Tsunami, and was just now being cleared and rebuilt. It seems we had got the wrong end of the stick! The area had been rebuilt very quickly after, with poor quality buildings. Now they are pulling all of those buildings down and replacing them with bigger and better ones. In the 5 weeks while we have been away, huge areas have been cleared. Our driver didn't speak very comprehensible English, but with a lot of effort, we did finally get the ...
... laptop for a while at least. He is also starting to write his memoirs and so had a lady come yesterday to help him start archiving his writings through the years. From what i have heard so far he has so many stories... he is a "cool dude" and self described as a hippy type... his music collection on the hard drive is very woodstock (im loving it) and he is so knowledgeable and passionate about what he does. according to the woman (i forgot her name ...
... to go to the pool bar and order an "espresso blast" I think it was called............it was supposed to be a frozen espresso, baileys and vodka which sounded amazing in the hot sun. There must have been a misunderstanding because they brought us hot espressos with cookies. So, we sat at the swim up pool bar drinking hot espressos in the hot sun. I guess if anyone would do that it would be someone from Seattle! Anyway, we finally asked the bar tender if we could just ...
... vehicle, with 6 of us and a driver, so some was strapped on the top. And… we were off! A good 3.5 hour drive to Chennai.
Once in Chennai, we checked into quite a grand hotel. The Raintree Hotel. Wow. Honestly, we did not need a hotel so nice, especially when we weren’t even going to spend very much time in it! Alla, Ryan and Adam decided to go swimming in the pool on the top of the building and the three of us decided to go out on ...
Back in Backpackistan as the guidebook says, this is very true and quite welcome after the sweaty city and cool mountains. Mamallapuram is a coastal town famed for stone carvers and the ancient rock cut temples and monuments. It's predominantly a tourist town, although there is a normal Indian town a little further away from the beach areas.
I ended up staying here for over a week and a half, there's a really nice atmosphere of tourist shops and cafes along ...