Hotel Park Plaza
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Park Plaza Chennai (Madras)
Best hotel ever, great night life and tons of fun. Very clean and neat,
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... shores of Mandurah, in Western Australia, extends to the beachfront 180 metres from the accommodation we have been staying in. On the final morning we caught the sunrise over the Indian Ocean – even though it was overcast. David has now enjoyed meditating upon God from both sides of the great Indian Ocean!
We thank God for the opportunity to meet new friends and develop relationships. The generosity and hospitality shown to us has been a real blessing.
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... I felt strong and confident stepping back into this country. But that would be a big fat lie. The culture shock was immediate. If you’ve been to India, you know what I’m talking about. After settling into my apartment, I wandered around my neighborhood to explore and grab some lunch. As soon as I hit the streets, it was total over-stimulation of all the senses, all at once. For one thing, traffic is absolute nuts (kinda like in the Phillipines, ...
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