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... fact the Ripon building is a suggested attraction by the government run tourist centre, you are not allowed to take photos and i had a whistle blown at me and was shooed away when i approached the building. I did get manage to get one sneaky shot though. From here i headed to George town, known as Black town during the colonial days but was renamed in 1911 when King George V was crowned Emperor of India. The most famous structure here is Fort St. George. This ...
... happens, seeing groups of friends or families on the other roof tops either contributing to this national display or watching. Everywhere you looked was a world of light and colour.
After a while Naren came and picked us up and took us to his apartment where we climbed up to his roof terrace. His friend Rowan was there then Ashmita, Priyanka and Rahul arrived so they shared a beer on the roof (and a Pomegranate juice for me) we set off some ...
... smooth and then met Lucas, our guide. The Space Cadets were last [but of course first in my heart].
Off on a 1H 40M van ride to Maalampuram, heading out of Chennai under the cover of darkness. Took a fair while to clear Chennai, the old Madras. It was largely an uneventful trip ...
... at breakneck speed, undertaking and mounting the central reservation. I suppose the poor guy has been waiting since 4am but not our mistake. If we need another taxi we'll arrange it ourselves! We paid Rs200 over the odds to have the hotel arrange this so that the timings were correct. Oh well, at least he wasn't an hour late.
Bangalore airport is modern and clean albeit not quite finished outside. We check in, 27kg, just inside our limit. Do we want ...
... I had to go and wash it off!!!! They were all laughing at me when I came back down. Anyway, photos and a video of the man sharpening the scissors. He has to carry that machine on his back all day, walking round to all the different streets sharpening tools for just 10 or 20 rs! Amazing... We left theirs at about 4pm and mum and I wanted to go looking for material and jewellery so we went off to the Express Plaza. Stephen, Guy and Ronnie went off ...