Quality Inn Sabari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The acharya immediately arranged for an acre of land at Besant Nagar in Chennai near the sea, through the then Chief Minister MGR and HR & CE Minister Mr. R.M. Veerappan.
Dr. Alagappan is the pioneer in building Hindu temples in USA. First he built Maha Vallabha Ganapati temple in New York and was instrumental in building many others like the Venkatachalapati temple in Pittsburgh and Meenakshi temple in Houston. He was advising ...
... is a bit of a walk and a queue), and then you have to go somewhere else ( and queue again) to present your stamped docket to collect your goods. When you walk out the door of the shop you have to go past another person to show them your paperwork ( and yes - sometimes there is a queue here as well) to leave. Each person has a job which is very specialised, and there doesn't seem to be any flexibility in this. ...
... Alleppey to see the backwaters of Kerala and we were no different. Alleppey town is not hugely interesting although it has some nice historic canals which are used to transport rice around but now mostly transport tourists and mosquitoes. After being slightly bewildered by the choice of boats, we booked one for the next day. You can explore the backwaters by houseboat (a la Amsterdam houseboats but rounder) or with a smaller boat, a large traditional wooden type canoe that is ...
... that it was really necessary forElaine to have her arm trapped in the lift door – the bell boy was fighting a losing battle with our luggage – but we eventually raced our room and sank into the luxurious comfort. As a reward for our ordeal and after the first bath in just over 2 months, we retired to the bar!
Early on Monday morning and we boarded the shuttle for the airport –India bound! The short run was surprisingly stress free and we were ...
... various charities in Pondy, Jwala is one of them and Udavi -a children’s home for
street children and orphans- is another. Before the visa issues we were
meant to spend 6 weeks hopping from one to the other).
Jwala is home to 26 mentally challenged girls and women ranging
from 13 to 50 years old. The people at Jwala had kindly offered to give us a
room in their house for the whole week too which was going to save us loads and
make it easier to ...