Le Royal Meridien Chennai
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... shore until there are no more waves pushing it up, then all the water goes flowing out in that one area. This is a strong current that would pull you out towards sea, and since it looks calm because there are no waves, but it really isn't calm, this is where people get into trouble
... India since he was 7. He has made a couple of films, meeting Janaki when they worked together, and he has also done some documentaries for the BBC.
after the talk, i joined the group for a night walk, where we were out looking for chameleons and snakes... apparently there are around 280 species of snake in India, mostly non venomous, but we have been told to always walk around with a torch in case we come across a dangerous one! here i was, thrown straight in to searching ...
... then head off via Chinatown towards our accommodation, Fraser Place. We have it located on the map, and can see the nearby Petronas Towers and the KL Tower, and can see the sign to Jalan Perak, our street, but have to circle through one way streets to get to it.
The reception is on the second floor, and we are directed to the lifts by the concierge staff. We’ve booked a studio apartment, with kitchen, for A$115, but at ...
... this sort of thinking is keeping India in the Middle Ages.
Back to my taxi ride to my hotel: I was under the impression that the hotel I had selected was very well known. Only at the last minute before leaving Bangkok did I decide to even note down the address of the hotel, as I was certain that the name alone would be enough to allow a taxi driver to find it. I was wrong. After a lot of searching and asking, the driver asked me if I had the phone ...
... drinking some fresh coconut juice on the street, hopping on 2 buses and travelling for a couple hours, we made it to Mamallapuram. We spent the day wandering around the town, chillin on the beach, eating good food and drinking way too much coffee. On our way to visit the town's lighthouse, we walked into a park with these lovely natural rock formations and detailed stone carvings. One of the formations, Krishna's Butter Ball (aka the big ass rock), is a ...