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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... me, which I was a little apprehensive about. Guess they don't get to see so many tourists? It Was a bit funny by the end of the day. After a little look around the temples we wandered into town for dinner. There we found backpackistan, as the lonely planet likes to call it. It's a strip of street covered with hippie shops, cafés and restaurants, not to mention tourists! it was refreshing to see some familiar things. We particularly liked the shops too! We enjoyed a nice ...
... into the ODC in the last week. The day was rounded off by a fantastic talk from Dhivakar about innovation. We all found it really interesting as he demonstrated that the first things that come to mind tend to be those ideas shared with others - to come up with something different you usually need to look at the 5th or 6th or 7th thought you've had. He also showed us the way that the mind can be led to think in certain ways ... Don't worry we'll run a ...
... over an Aloo Gobi and pizza and he was so nice, he even footed the bill. Going through security got chatting to a fellow Brit from Gloucester called Hannah who like myself looked like a severe kip was drastically needed. Chatting away we suggested travel ideas on how to tackle getting around Sri Lanka. In the end it was decided that if planned correctly a possible meet up could be worked out, so again it was the exchange of details.
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... and this time stops beside a temple. Turning off the engine he gets out of the car murmuring, ‘one minute.’ After a prayer and offering to Buddha he nips back to the car and we are safely on our way again. Not an unusual occurrence and one that, given the road and traffic conditions, makes me feel that the odds might be ever so slightly on our side. However, when we make a second stop for a similar offering only fifteen minutes further on, I begin to wonder if ...
... I recognize him if he didn't have a sign? What would I do In Chennai at midnight if he was not there. My god. I pretended to look for baggage as I thougt about what I would do. i considered asking people that got off the plane and a million other crazy ideas. The craziest of all, just walking out of the terminal past security, and seeing what would happen. So I burst out into the night air, felt my pores open and the hot begin to persuede sweat from my body. ...