Le Royal Meridien Chennai
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... using sparklers... They are kinda like Catherine wheels that skip around the floor... The guys lit some "flower pots", one of which nearly exploded in Priyankas face, so I decided not to try it myself.
We went in to the apartment for some food and chat while it was raining, then back to light the final "star" rocket type exploding things.
Naren asked me to light the first one, being a guest and being my first diwali and I agreed ...
... coconut seller and much excitement was had as we tried some, realised we liked it and then took about 400 photos of it. Continuing with the food and drink theme, we had a lovely lunch with Ruha, Sudeepa and Sriki. After failing to convince Sriki that he wanted to join the rest of us for an afternoon of retail experiences we set off for T Nagar. This is the big retail hub of Chennai - comparable to Oxford Street on a Saturday, although we were there mid afternoon on ...
... over the ceiling) and took a wander around the town before grabbing dinner in a very popular local restaurant across the road from our hotel. We had the whole of the next day to explore the city of Madurai. Mahi (our tour leader) organized a guide to take us through the Sri Meenakshi Temple which was amazing with huge carved pillars depicting different gods, and a museum called the hall of 1000 pillars (which only had 984 ...
... So of course every morning someone goes out to pick coconuts and serves me fresh coconut water and a plate of the coconut meat. YUMMMMMY!! I even had coconut water mixed with vodka last night. It was de-lish!! I could go on and on about the food and drinks, obviously, you can tell I love to eat good food! (And by the way, the fruit here is so fresh and mouthwatering!) Quick example and then I have to go! In ...
... Philipps book who stayed in a hostel for that night.
Our first bus journey was an eventful affair, not arriving until 9pm it meant that we had already missed our 11pm connection at Kanchipuram to Vellore, but would fortunately be within our buffer time to reach the 11:30pm. Things began to get more eventful as one of the girls with diabetes recognised her signs of becoming unwell to learn that she had become hyperglycaemic. In hindsight I had nothing to worry about, ...