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... that the bars are always tucked away with no windows and a kind of sinner like feel to them. Sadly this was our time to say goodbye to Dad and Annie who have decided to go back to Pondicherry to spend their last couple of weeks in comfort. I think it’s a good base for them and glad they have worked out a plan, our plan is less definite, but on to Andra Pradesh and to stay in Vizag before going to stay in the western ghats at a resort ...
... large and maybe we should get a Rickashaw to the said bar. In the guide book it states that getting a Rickashaw driver to use his meter is a Vatican Certified miricle, well we shall be stopping in Rome upon our return cause we managed to do just that!! After he asked for directions 3 times, and claimed we had told him the wrong area we were finally pulling up to the bar. The meter read 63 rupees. We'd covered about 3km. The driver insisted on 100 ruppes ...
The heat was intense, although the humidity was not so bad as other places inland, as Pondi is on the coast and the monsoons had already been and gone. But it was still too hot to venture outside after 11 am; and as for the mosquitoes - don't even ask me about them. I hate putting poisonous stuff on my skin, but if ever there was a call for ...
... 9 respectively. Does this show us where women come in the pecking order then?
Our flight is announced and once more we all file on in orderly fashion. It's a bigger plane (737) and no bus trip required. We take our seats and very soon we are taking off over Chennai. From up here you can see just how vast this city is. We fly over the coast and a strip of inviting sand though I bet it's not quite so inviting at ground level.
I take a risk and ...
... Joan). So we got another auto-rik (tuk tuk as I've been calling them in previous blogs). Well... all I can say is I don't know how we got there in one piece! Mum was hanging on to me and gasping every 5 minutes. A couple of times we actually breathed in because we didn't think we would get through the gap that we he was going to go through! I was in stitches the whole way and at one point I saw his face in the mirror and the driver was grinning like a Cheshire Cat! When ...