Lemon Tree Hotel, Chennai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the wrong coast of India.
And so the end of a long month of tourism. We asked each other which part we enjoyed the most. But we are not certain India is a land to enjoy. Don't misunderstand: we have had all kinds of fascinating experiences, everything has been interesting, we had fantastic food and stayed in glorious hotels, forts, palaces and tents. Our guides and drivers have been knowledgeable, patient and reliable. We have met interesting people both ...
... nice viewpoint around Ooty, but when we arrived there it was closed as well. Apparently tigers had killed a man and two women in the past week. Later I read in the newspapers that they had managed to kill a/the tiger. It’s a shame that they have to kill them though, there aren’t that many wild Bengal tigers anymore. Instead we went a bit downhill, to Coonoor. There were some beautiful spots like Elephant head and Lamb’s rock. After spending another day in ...
... The first was a treasure hunt where you had to locate clues as a team and the second was a know your business quiz. We completed the celebration by eating sweet Pongal which is made of rice, milk, raisins and cardamon. It was sweet for my palate but tasty. It was great to see my colleagues having fun especially as they had to be in work when most people take this festival as a ...
... like a dirty stop out. Then, after three months without meat, we stopped at the 24 hour McDonalds for a sausage and egg McMuffin. Words can't describe the euphoria, I had two. Then at 6am we went to bed.
We're so excited to be here after three months of India. Everything seems so much easier and cleaner and straight forward. I'm looking forward to eating my weight in Thai food tomorrow, and Kate is going to buy the entire contents of ...
... blue skies. I could not imagine anything more idyllic and closer to ‘movie-magic.’ And then our driver slowed and pointed to aroad-side memorial erected for those who had lost their lives in the 2004 Tsunami. The irony was not lost and I went on to wonder how the many fishermen we had seen recently, whose existence is so bound up with the bounty of the sea, felt after such a capricious act of nature. A few more kilometres down the road and our driver ...