Quality Inn Sabari
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- Continental Breakfast
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... is revealed to me.
This non-fiction literature also carried me across the Andaman Sea and Bay of Bengal as I arrived in Chennai at 10:00 pm with a bit of delay. Due to sitting in the second row, I was fast to get through immigration just to walk straight into the welcoming arms of Ranju...whom I have not seen for over two years. Taking the roads of Chennai to his house felt somewhat like coming home!
... mango, lychee, guava and tamarind.... Ohh I love fruit. In fact if I had to give up fruit or chocolate I would definitely give up chocolate!
We caught parts of the ceremony, though being short I couldnt see much. Rahul arrived as well as Ashmitas mum and grandmother and her friend/co-worker, who we took for a wander around the hotel. It was so posh, with a really expensive looking restaurant, a bar with a dress code, a coffee area, a massive pool and loads of artwork ...
... two Shiva shrines with the small
Vishnu shrine in between illustrates an attempt to balance the
different, competing religious requirements.
Next we proceed to Descent of Ganges, this is just across the road opposite the Shore temple @ a distance of 500 meters, which is a monument measuring 96 X 43 feet its carved out of two giant monolithic rock boulders.The legend depicted in the bas-relief is the story of the descent of the sacred river Ganges to earth ...
We flew into Chenni India. Although I had been warned by my guide book that most people flee Chenni as soon as possible, I thought we should stay a little while and aclimate to this new country. Plus I has heard that the food was good...so how bad could it be? I was in for a big surprise. Maybe its the culture shock of flying in from South East Asia. It's odd how close these two places are, just a painless flight away, but how ...
... rather frustrating. 1 place we checked out didn't even know about the Lonely Planet even though it was labelled in the book. The place was an Ashram Hotel, a great price 600 rupees but had VERY strict rules & mind boggling sayings that just didn't digest we'll with mine and marks lifestyle or tired brains .... 'NO SMOKING...be nice to people who smoke & drink. They won't be around us for long' ha!!! Time to get out. Another sign we spotted on our endless guest house hoping ...