Lake View Park Hotel
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... shop. It was closed. So we sat on the stairs getting our blood sucked from us one miserable drop at a time by the cloud of mosquitoes loitering with us.
An hour later a lady who worked at the phone store showed up and immediately recognised our situation. After a series of back and forth phone calls a “technical difficulty” was diagnosed and the remedy promised in a couple of hours. We trudged back to the YWCA unwilling to ...
... to empty their rubbish bins from the past 2 days right into the bit of sea we were swimming in, with no thought for us or the environment... So that was the end of that and we headed back to get de-salted and cleaned up for tea!For our evening meal Hannah had spotted a rooftop Spanish restaurant that served tapas that she wanted to try. However it turned out to be the most unspanish - Spanish meal we had ever had, as they ...
... are 3 houses where the orphaned children live- 2 are for girls and 1 for boys. Together, there are 140 children living in these houses and 60 come from the impoverished colony just off the highway for school.
The man who runs this place and inter mission India is called Joseph Ponraj. My first impressions of him are great- he is an old Indian man who is full of life and energy, but is also extremely eccentric. Every single time he introduced me to someone ...
... over India.
On to Mahabalipuram with it's three stages of carving. Suzanne had become a real tourist, keeping up with the little lady guide, during the fairly long tour of the site. We left the tour and stayed in a beach cottage, on the seashore at Mahabalipuram.
We had a late afternoon swim in the pool. ...