Hotel Zen Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... can buy everything from fruit and flowers to sarees and gold- bring an interpreter and be ready to bargain.
We are starting to get the hang of things here. Here are a few things to remember if you find yourself in India: 1 - don't drink the water... or open your eyes in the shower... and be sure to use bottled water to brush your teeth, 2 - when it comes to food, avoid eating fresh produce and ice and be prepared to eat only with your right ...
... feeling a sore throat coming on and Hannah didn’t have good footware for the rains that had come in the night. Unfortunately I had to get up anyway to open the forest gate, so I took the opportunity of peace while they were away to read a good chunk of the Keith Richards autobiography Rom has lent to me – it’s really good but very chunky.
Getting up before sunrise hasn’t been too much of a problem… though it happened a little ...
... selling drinks ( tea and coffee in big urns, and bottled water), samosas or packaged food. For the first time in this trip I turned on my iPod and listened to music as we sped through the countryside. Eventually we arrived in Chennai - I almost hugged dear Mr Mathews when he met us at the station - he has been such a stalwart support during out travels and I've missed him over the last few days. The Bed and Breakfast we stayed at last time ...
... and very efficient but here's the big one, they didnt serve us curry. Maybe Air India had been privatised whilst we were being scared to death in paradise.
Chennai proved to be a huge let down. The city has grown by at least a half since my days of riding Royal Enfield Bullets there. With the expanse had come even more squalor and poor old Madras (as I knew it) has suffered terribly. We stayed in a very nice hotel very cheaply in the middle of a slum. What ...
... which made me cry more... The one person that was attempting kindness was covered from head to toe and at the moment i needed encouragement the most,I couldn't see her face, I couldn't see her smile, and i so wanted and needed to..all i could see were her eyes but I knew she was smiling at me. It made me sad, it still makes me sad and those 5 seconds will stick in my mind forever. I had to suck it up, wipe away my tears and not be crying when mum got back... Poor ...