Hotel Dee Cee Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... do when they come to India, and went semi-vegitarian. On the subject of food, butterscotch is a big flavour here in India and you can get anything from butterscotch flavoured sweets and icecreams, to drinks and other such items. I don't know why, but it always reminds me of the butterscoth Angel Delight i used to have as a kid. It's a flavour you don't see as often in the UK now, as you used to back in the 80's. I always like to learn some of ...
... feet to a few inches. But the suitcases are sealed and organised and not even a souvenir pencil is slipping in.
As we get closer to Chennai, formerly Madras, distant scenes of white high rise buildings remind us of the Costas in Spain. They are, Joy tells us, the IT companies and call centers for which the state is renowned. We drive straight to our hotel where we are a day late arriving. This means we will be checked in for barely 12 hours, leaving for ...
... and at risk and looooads of muggers which apparently breed like rabbits!) there were a few snakes, including the top four most venomous, which we went in to a special area to see, and got to stroke a cobra (under supervision of course). We took many many croc selfies (mainly on Hannah’s phone so they will be on FB soon im sure).Such a good day!
Today we realised we only have a couple of days left and lots of food to use up, so ...
... A really old ‘complex’ in the colonial style. I don’t really know the exact word to describe it. It’s way bigger and nicer than a house, but calling it a palace would be wrong as well. There’s a few courtyards, several floors, big verandas, wooden balustrades and a nice rooftop. The people staying there were really nice as well, so the days and evenings in Chennai were good. Having to leave India makes me a bit sad, as the last 3 weeks have ...
... taxi over to theirs at about 11a.m. When we got there Ronnie was there and we also met Coral Ramsbottom who went to school with Guy. Jenny and Carol had arranged for their "servant" to come over and cook hoppers for us - which is a small pancake with crispy edges served with curries and chutneys and foogarth. It was something mum had lovely memories of and so they wanted to have them made. I sat there all ...