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... and I am sad to say that today was no different - I could not float....Now wave education
- Turn your body sideways to lessen the blow from waves
- Turn your head towards shore (while keeping your body sideways) when a wave hits you so you don't get smacked in the ear a bunch - this will make you dizzy I guess
- When waves are big and you want to jump over them - do not land on your feet - bend your knees ...
... out time before bed. To our surprise the night did not end there.... Whilst Sian and Amanda were in reception the staff announced that they were taking a birthday cake up to Emma's room. We rushed ahead to warn her and narrowly got there before 6 reception staff arrived and crowded into Emma's room to present a cake and sing happy birthday!! Clapping and singing begun next, It was very kind of them and quite surreal! I make that 7 birthday cakes in 12 days! Now it's time for ...
... with a partition between the bed and the windows holding a second flat screen TV on one side, and a desk on the other, walk-in wardrobe leading to a bathroom with separate bath and shower. The finishes were as good as you would find in a Fraser unit in Sydney, and the wi-fi was provided by our own router in the room, and included in the price. Breakfast was also part of the deal.
The only glitch was a failure of the wi-fi to connect, ...
... and get something to eat. After the movie I bought a salwar kameez for 50% off (ended up being about $31 USD). Beautifully, colorful embroidered top, pants and scarf – awesome! Happy to have a nice souvenir like this to take home.
Back to our hotel for a supper of mutton and biryani – not great. Fell asleep to the lull of the ...
... markets and shopping opportunities. The temples provided us with a serene opportunity to examine Indian religious culture. We observed the meditation rituals of the worshipers and gazed at the unique architecture. Shopping in Chennai was great. We bought traditional Hindu figurines, saris, tunics and scarves. Chennai was an excellent introduction to Southern India and we looked forward to beginning our study abroad experience the next day.