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... br> Injera is the national dish of Ethiopia. It is a round thick soft crepe made with fermented dough – looks like a plain uthappam but it is four times larger in circumference. The taste is completely different though. The injera is served with wat – a thick spicy stew of beef or chicken. The wat is
served in a small wooden pot. You take the wat from the wooden pot and put it in the centre of the injera. You then tear off bits of injera with your hand, dip it in the wat ...
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... I have also had a local driver who was kind
enough to take me to the places I wanted to see around town.
During the first week, I would saunter down for my morning
buffet which includes western and Indian foods.
Then I would go out with Ravi (the
driver) to see the town. Chennai is not
a very popular tourist town so there isn’t much to do but I feel like I got
more of a local experience. In the
afternoons I ...
... the "real" Chennai reappeared resplendent in its own filth. This time we did give up, hailed an auto-rickshaw back to the Hotel.
To be fair, we did find a decent place to eat and a few places to have a drink which were clean and quite pleasant, but overall Chennai was hugely disappointing. Tomorrow we need to catch the 6.35am train to Pondicherry, we really don’t want to miss it!
Paul & ...
Saturday 12 March – Tuesday, 15 March 2011
Because I am writing this a few days after the fact, I will combine my four days in Chennai into a single entry rather than doing separate days as I usually do.
Essentially I spent my time in Chennai being taken care of by Tawan and Scott (henceforth "T&S") and enjoying the comforts of their lovely home in a tree-lined, up-scale residential neighborhood on the southern outskirts of ...