Raj Park Chennai
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
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... that work here pulled the whole cabinet and when they opened the drawers I saw what they meant… EVERY single drawer was FULL of a black and white swarming mess of ants and eggs. It was terrifying! The guys emptied the drawers out into a large barrel of water, stomping on as many of the runaways as possible…in the end the barrel was a horrible crawling mass of these creatures!
Another horrible sighting was just outside our cottage, where some army ants ...
We have been back in the United Kingdom for nearly 4 weeks now and I still haven't completed the remaining 7 days of our India blog. How slack! Finally I have some down time (in the campervan) allowing me to catch up... Following on from the final Sri Lanka blog entry, we had a 2 hour wait at the bus station ...
... was the lucky winner but I guess the section who were high five-ing each other worked with him/her. Oh yes - I forgot to mention the boys were embracing the event as much as the girls. I took some pictures of the decorations in the office. Good eh? Returning to the hotel I briefly joined the Diwali hotel party. Fireworks are huge for the Diwali festival - after all it is the Festival of Lights. When I arrived there were loud firecrackers being lit by the pool ...
... side of the island that evening, i was going about 70kmph and a huge truck came towards us, tried to skid out the way but i had no time..so we ran into the truck and did 360's in the air.. ONLYJOKING- not funny..?? Trust me the dramatic versions better..we did fall off the bike but the most pathetic part is no one else was actually on the road at this point, I had slowed right down, to check behind if the girls were following and when I looked back I lost balance and we ...
... how their children’s behaviour had improved and they were doing better at school. Parents in these areas will generally be uneducated so it is quite nerve racking for them to get involved in conversations about education, however, the programme includes home visits and encourages parents to be supportive. One of the mothers is doing a tailoring course at the centre during the day and was very positive about getting a ...