Hotel Dee Cee Manor
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... cool! Apart from snakes, i have been introduced to a number of lizards, including geckos in my room as well as a cheeky frog who liked to soil my freshly washed clothes... there are loads of pretty birds around as well as bats and butterflies (some of which could be either). the cottage is not sealed at all, so its kind of like sleeping outside but being protected from the elements. luckily i'm sleeping under a mosquito net, so the numerous moths and ...
... in the evening, however shortly before leaving it was time for our weekly conference call with JLP back in the UK. We caught up with Andy for around 20 minutes, briefly running through the week's highlights, any issues we have (there are none!) and so on... It was then back to the hotel for a very quick turnaround before heading straight to the airport to catch our Indigo flight to Delhi! We allowed plenty of time and were through security in ...
... drinking some fresh coconut juice on the street, hopping on 2 buses and travelling for a couple hours, we made it to Mamallapuram. We spent the day wandering around the town, chillin on the beach, eating good food and drinking way too much coffee. On our way to visit the town's lighthouse, we walked into a park with these lovely natural rock formations and detailed stone carvings. One of the formations, Krishna's Butter Ball (aka the big ass rock), is a ...
... that in the name of moulding the state into a suitable instrument to serve the people, the state would abrogate the rights of the citizens and arrogate to itself the role of grand protector and demand abject acquiescence from them. This would create a paradoxical situation where the citizens would be alienated from the state and at the same time enslaved to it which would be demoralising and dangerous."
...Sounds to me a little like an ...
... The morning had us going to the port talk, "Chennai – Indian Temples & Tradition" with Debbie. Once again, this provided good information and, hopefully, will help us decide which tour to take. Cruise Critic was also held at some of the same time, so we each split the sessions. Rick went to Cruise Critic for the beginning with meet & greet for passengers who joined in Singapore and the 3rd segment photo contest. ...