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 …
... to make out the front and back end of a donkey we couldn't make this out. This temple is believed to be the last in a series of buildings that extended along a since submerged coastline; this storey gained credence during the 2004 tsunami, when receding waters revealed the outlines of what may have been sister temples. Scary!
The second site to see here is the Five Rathas, a collection of small low-laying monoliths that were carved out of just one rock. They ...
... hard they work in the hospital as they see people from all over the country where over 10 different languages are spoken, meaning they have to be able to switch from patient to patient!!
Gen and Lucy went to nambikai niliyam (the kids ward) and spent their days cooing over all the lovely children and brushing up on their knowledge of developmental norms and autitistic spectrum stuff!! We were really impressed with the parent led 3 ...
... one other person with me and the rest were strangers. We all huddled in one berth before bed and it was actually quite fun. There were 8 of us, all girls and we laughed at our suffering. It was fun and we got carried away laughing until the conductor silenced us.
I had my sleeping bag sheet and I wrapped myself in it but I could never relax enough to sleep. It's just so gross. So, now I'm exhausted.
When we arrived in Chennai, I had the ...