Lemon Tree Hotel, Chennai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... is a bus ready to go, so Murray puts the bags on, only to find there is room for the bags, but not for us, and has to take them off. When the next bus arrives we use our tried and true practise of Dianne getting seats with the hand baggage while Murray loads the big bags. This works, and we find ourselves in the front left seats with a good view out the windscreen.
The bus is fast and comfortable, and we proceed on smooth ...
... the boat out & treated ourselves to an A/C room. Oooooooo! This is AMAZING & not something we can keep doing but this time it had to be done. It's not the £5.98 that we are used to paying but for £13.15 i still cant really complain-AND ITS WORTH EVERY PENNY. we now have a quite mark! lol, & a good nights sleep. I was actually CHILLY last night in bed. Madness! Usually we have a fan that just blows hot air round our room. There's Incense sticks burning ...
... 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 ...
... the sands and a variety of french buildings. This was all a bit off set by the numerous beggars and homeless people napping in the shade. I saw an entire family eating a bit of rice beneath a palm tree, the three children completely naked save for a small cloth to cover their ******es. The women stared at us as we walked past to take a look at the old French Quarter and hear how colonialism had affected this area and India in general. I wonder what they thought of us. Would ...
... so we stayed. We did learn some bargaining skills along the way!
We walked into town for dinner at our favourite hangout spot, Le Yogi, and were greeted like old friends by many merchants as we strolled along doing our best to avoid all the holy **** on the streets. The town had a real buzz happening as people from all over Tamil Nadu were arriving to attend the three day celebration of Shiva which was timed for the full moon.