Lemon Tree Hotel, Chennai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... definitely a transitional place rather than a destination, but it is also real India laid bare for all to see. Hints of colonial grandeur underlie the temporary hoardings intimating the current use of the building. You can imagine a Cuba style restoration job bringing structures back to their former glory and providing an insight to a land that time forgot. Alternatively, it’s wouldn’t be unquestionable to knock the lot down and create a sprawling metropolis ...
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 ...
... and I pictured it more similar to that. I was WRONG.....I don't think anything could've prepared me for what I saw. Dogs, goats and cows were wandering the filthy, crowded streets right along side the massive amounts of people. There are people EVERYWHERE....coming and going on foot, car, bus and motorcycle from who knows where. Stores (more like shacks) pop up along side selling a number of items. I just cant express how dirty ...
I just discovered this site and am very happy since I found it hard to keep my photos and diary entries in place. I´ve been staying in India with my big sister since September in the middle of the very big and busy Chennai. Since then we have gotten to know quite a few wonderful people and are trying our best ...
... be difficult. Not ones to be put off we packed our stuff and headed to the road side as this place is too small to have a bus station. Luckily within about 20 mins a rickety old dirty “Super Deluxe” bus arrived and we hopped on. It must have been an especially bad bus as well as the Indian man I sat next to informed me it was the dirtiest bus he had ever been on (and let’s face it they do not have high standards...)