Hotel Mamalla Heritage
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Lovely pool, good restaurants, average fittings to rooms
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From Chennai, we drove via coach to the lazy, seaside village of Mamallapuram. The population here is only 13,000 and the pace was just what we needed - slow. I loved the taste of the salty air and the feel of the cool ocean breeze combating the +29C degree heat. A British woman, Karen, and I treated ourselves to a spa afternoon where we watched …
The worst traffic excesses of Cambodia, Vietnam, Bolivia and Peru did nothing to prepare me for this huge Indian city. With seemingly no road rules other than it being compulsory to cut in front of every other vehicle at every opportunity, whilst honking your horn incessantly, the traffic clogged journey into the centre took the best part of an hour. I tried distracting myself by chatting to Mo in the back, but having no seatbelts in a taxi whose brake ...
... bitta history and improved our knowledge of hinduism. Always remember, don't be a cashew.
On Monday we did a switch-a-roo on the departments we were in. Coming to an end now and we both enjoyed them.
Looking forward to our first Indian bus experience......(!) and hopefully another lovely weekend...this time PONDICHERRRYY! Another coastal town with french colonial roots.
... away from the TV, getting really involved in American wrestling of all things, as Hulk Hogan has just taken over TNA and started a mass exudus from WWE, which is all, quite strangely, terribly exciting considering I havnt watched wrestling since I was 12. When we finally did escape from it we had a **** night, the only interesting person we met was a 60 year old American guy who was cycling around India on his own.
Despite the **** ...