Le Royal Meridien Chennai
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... I'm not sure if I have seen so many people in one place at one time - almost like the MN state fair! Well, I guess it is just that way everywhere in India... Anyway the whole shoreline was full of people, and there was trash EVERYWHERE.
So we walked up and down the beach just observing, and of course getting harassed to buy things and give away money.
Every place that I have traveled to in the world that has ocean ...
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I arrived in Chengalpattu after a couple hours train journey and was greeted by the "famous" snake guy, Rom and his wife Janaki. They live, basically in the middle of nowhere, and have turned what used to be rice paddies into an amazing forested reserve complete with swimming pool and eco cottages.
I still don't know too much about the place, or what i will be doing for the next four weeks, but they don't have wifi ...
... in a park, colourful streets, but not too much else, so try to head up the hill toward the Tun Abdul Razh Heritage Park area, but run into a maze of roads with nowhere to walk, so head back up the street past the monorail station. See a big group of people walking toward the Sentral Station, and think it may be a way to the hill, but it turns out to be the Airline Bus depot. We do a long walk in the heat up the very uninteresting Jalan ...
... and Tawan in Chennai two years ago. I remembered the restaurants in the food court, in particular the Pizza Hut where I had eaten then.
While at the mall, I found the socks I was looking for - to replace the holy ones that I had brought with me. Much too tired to walk home, I decided to take an auto-rickshaw back to my hotel. That took only 5 minutes as the driver knew a short cut. Or rather, the instructions I had been given were really the long ...
... the guys working there quite well, sharing whisky and beer with them in the evenings after working for 9+ hours was quite enlightening. At the end Suzi (pronounced Sooshi!) gave me a pendant he'd made, it is of a naked lady ;)
Thoroughly rested I headed on to "french" Pondicherry to meet up with Suzanna.
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