- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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Travel Blogs from Chennai (Madras)
... the more your husband will love you... A tradition is also for the artist to write the new husbands name within the pattern for the bride to find - ths bride managed it pretty quickly. The next morning the colours had developed well, but it was clear that Federica's future husband will love her much much more than my future husband will love me!! On Saturday the three of us ate a good south Indian breakfast at the hotel. I was a little surprised (and impressed) that they ...
... which had also been full of ants) and we’d been told that the maintenance guy would put them away later on. However when we got down there after dark, some of them were still laying on the ground.
We heard a rustling noise coming from the tents and on further inspection with the torch we saw a stream of termites going underneath the pile… looking around we were horrified to see at least three more streams doing the same thing! There were millions ...
... my two little pots and warmed them up in the microwave. Raj got me a plate and a spoon and I emptied the contents of the pots. Chapattis and chickpeas in a spicy sauce! Not wishing to repeat the messy experience at lunchtime, I asked Raj how to eat this dish properly. Take the chapatti and grip one edge with the tips of your finger and then using your thumb and forefinger tear the bread. You then either use the bread to pick up the ...
Mahabalipuram: Temple Town
Mahabalipuram is a typical Indian town where you have to battle cows, dogs, goats, chickens, auto-rickshaws, pedestrians, cars and bicycles to get around town while fighting not to succumb to the intense sewage smell. James went down to the litter-strewn beach one morning to watch the sunrise and instead got a nice view of the older townsmen hiking up their lungis and squatting to do their morning ...
... included being called by reception
at 2345 to question whether we were actually booked in (we were!). Today we’re off to Goa for the start of the holiday section of this trip but buzzing with the excitement we always feel after
visiting the Rianna’s Fund projects here. We are so fortunate to work with such a devoted group of people on the ground in India and we find their work so inspiring. Keep it up ...