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... did that ever taste great! I'll get to missing western things shortly..
Chennai is pretty awesome actually. It is the 4th biggest city and fairly clean compared to most places we have been. We noticed a temperature difference immediately when we stepped outside the airport at 1am. It is quite humid, but it actually feels great compared to the cold and rainy Varanasi with muddy/cow dung filled streets with sewage running into the streets ...
... by the government to do so, in order to milk them for venom in order to produce anti-venom for the occasions in which people do get bitten. When i had arrived, and the camp was in progress, one of the mornings we were all taken along by a couple of the tribes people to find the snakes. after over five hours of looking, we only came across a Rat Snake... a non-venomous and quite common snake. He was passed around for us to have a closer look at, which was ...
Have a good complimentary breakfast, and plan the day. Reading the map, we realise there is a monorail station, Rajah Chulan, nearby. Doesn't seem far on the map, but is a pretty long haul in the heat (forecast of 33C for the day). The monorail is on a high, massive concrete structure, and makes the late Sydney monorail look like a snapper. The tiny lift at the monorail station is out of action so we climb a long way to ...
... I had intended to proceed to the shopping mall, but the pharmacist told me it would be closed today due to a general strike. So I went back to my hotel for a rest, followed by lunch in a nice restaurant around the corner from my hotel. I had a half a tandoori chicken; some spicy spinach and potatoes (aloo palak), and a piece of garlic naan bread. Dee-licious!
After the recovery provided by the great lunch, I decided to try once again to find ...
... After walking up and down the main beach street for a few days I noticed that there were a handful of westerners sitting with the stone cutters who appeared to be working on their own pieces. Stopped to chat to two of them and liked the look of what they'd created so I decided to join in the next day. I thought about what I'd like to make and decided on a foot (significant for many things for me), and they said it'd take two days or so. Great, let's begin!