Lemon Tree Hotel, Chennai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Chennai formerly known as Madras, is the capital of Tamil Nadu state in southern India. It is the country's fourth largest city and is the 35th world's most populous metropolitan area. The official name was changed to Chennai in 1996, but the traditional name of Madras still used, especially in the West.Chennai climate is tropical.Most of the …
... a frenzy of kids asking for our signatures. So, we signed everything they put in front of us until it was time for them to go back to class. It was also interesting to observe what they ate (lots of rice) and how (eaten with their hand, of course) and that their teeth are quite a bit worse looking than the children from other schools. It is hard for me to picture what life is for these kids once they go home from school and as much as I'm ...
Author: Slightly less burnt Steven.
So there have been a couple of mammoth entries recently. I hope you enjoyed them. This one is pretty simple: we stayed indoors.
Ventured out for breakfast and 4 or 5 coffees each.
Retreated back to our room to avoid the sun.
Scurried out for a late ...
... the fog lifts, and we get away less than an hour late.
We get some good coastal island and river pictures. Later seem to cross to the east side of the peninsular for more island shots, possibly the Perhentians, before flying inland over giant plantations of oil palms. Land in Kuala Lumpur without incident, but have a really long hot walk, mostly under cover, to the terminal, wearing our coats (because of baggage weight restrictions). ...
Here I am in India, finally. I'm actually staying with Matthew's family here in Chennai. Everyone has been so welcoming. Due to my lack of organisation I keep on feeling inadequate. But considering I've only had since Tuesday to throw something together, I think I'm doing fairly well, thanks to Matthew and his wife, Irene. I'm finding it difficult to be reliant on other people because I've done all other aspects of ...