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... a large room with flat screen satellite TV (which seems to be standard for hotels in the category) and free (good) wifi. The weather has been so hot in the middle of the day that we have needed to come back to the room to cool down and rest - and watch the 2015 World Cup cricket - India won last time in 2011 so the locals are very involved - apparently 1 billion people watched the India v Pakistan game played whilst we were in Chennai. The town is very ...
... 8217;s birthday.
We carried on to the Ghandi museum, under renovation, but still open to the public, with most of the history we have seen in films and read in books on display, with a lot of black and white photos and descriptive plaques, which we photographed, and the bloodstained dhoti he was wearing when he was shot, which we didn't photograph.
We carried on for a while, then plunged into the narrow alleys to visit a number of local ...
... so we head down to the waterfront and along to the south end, taking photos of the very ordinary, rock faced seafront with quite a few people walking along it, war memorials, the Ghandi memorial, the lighthouse, a fishing boat at anchor in the choppy sea, locals gazing out to sea, the Catholic Church and colonial buildings. We stop for a while at the popular Le Cafe, right on the seafront, as we’re starving by now, but look like sitting a long time before ...
... as expected) went out the window this morning but after a leisurely breakfast I said my goodbyes and headed off about lunchtime. It felt good to be back riding and once more making tracks to my half way point. I'm hoping to reach Kanyakumari within 4 or 5 days then start heading up the west coast and back towards Delhi.
I'm really hoping that if you're enjoying reading this blog you'll maybe give some thought to my reasons for doing it. Yes I clearly ...
... School lot who were all there and headed back to the hotel to pack up our suitcases. We were leaving at midday to go to the airport to catch our flight back to Chennai. The flight was all fine - it was a tiny propellor plane and was a very short journey - only 50 minutes. Guy and Stephen had assistance getting on and off the plane so they were both in wheelchairs. When we got to Chennai we got in a pre-paid taxi to our hotel. Mum had booked a hotel which was near the ...