Kences Inn

No.-50, B.N Road, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600017, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the M.G.R. Nagar area of Chennai (Madras), is near Hogenakkal Falls, Story Trails, Mudumalai National Park, and Fort St. George.
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    Travel Blogs from Chennai (Madras)

    We stay in style in Kuala Lumpur and Chennai(Madra

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Feb 09, 2014

    2 comments, 57 photos

    ... centre. From here we took an escalator to the podium area of the Petronas Towers, where we sat beside the lake and programmed fountains to rest and take photos. The Petronas Towers, though built in 1996, have aged extremely well, and the 88-storey steel clad twin towers, designed by Argentinian architect Cesar Pelli, are still impressive.

    We walked back on the streets to the hotel, checking out possible eating venues. Ended up ...

    Sewage

    A travel blog entry by jarinne on Apr 25, 2013

    13 photos

    ... out of sight before anyone could do much. The safety of the roads in India leaves a lot to be desired.

    During the mornings and evenings we visited the varying monuments and temples which Mahabalipuram is known for. The most famous one is called 5 Rathas, which consists of 5 chariots all hewn out of giant boulders over a thousand years ago and yet looked like they were just carved yesterday due to the toughness of their ...

    Start of the Trip

    A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Mar 11, 2013

    6 comments, 4 photos

    ... whom I took to be my driver. He wrested the baggage cart from my hands and pushed it the 30 feet to the waiting taxi. After putting my bags into the taxi, he stood there - clearly expecting a tip. Sad to say, no tip was forthcoming. I do not pay for things that I don't ask people to do for me, especially things I can easily do for myself. In India, this is a very common tactic - people inserting themselves in places where they might be able to extract a tip ...

    Extremities

    A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Jul 12, 2012

    20 photos

    ... food to the 1600 year old temples, (yes, that number is accurate), It seems like nothing is let to moderation. I do not think I could live here, as the constant flux of euphoria and despair is draining in a way that I have never before experienced. The value of the experience, however, has quickly made itself apparent. If China chipped pieces away from the marble to help sculpt a new version of my self, then India is taking a slug loaded shotgun and blasting wildly.

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    Endings and beginnings

    A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Feb 25, 2012

    36 photos

    ... viele Inder beim Verrichten ihrer täglichen Arbeit beobachten, dann sind wir immer wieder berührt davon, wie viel Spaß sie bei der Arbeit haben. Sie verdienen nicht viel. Sie müssen dafür endlos lange Stunden arbeiten. Und doch genießen sie ihre Lebenszeit! Selbst wenn ein Restaurant gerade brechend voll ist, finden die Kellner immer noch Zeit für einen Scherz. Die Areitslast verdirbt ihnen nicht die Laune. Auch der Bügelmann, der in der tropischen Hitze tagtäglich vor ...