Somerset Greenways Chennai
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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... d better call it a day and tuk tuked back to the hotel. In need of a G&T we called up room service. 30 minutes later we were still waiting, so called again. "So sorry, but had to go buy imported gin", says Janey, "local will do" but local is not available. Eventually 2 glasses of gin arrive. Where is the tonic? Oh did we want tonic as well? He went off to fetch. The bill? £19 for the gin, £3 for 2 tonics. That'll teach us! Our litre bottle didn't cost that ...
... where the pickings are slim. Murray goes down first, and is watching a cute little Asian girl on the next table who creates pandemonium with a massive chunder -nice to have a touch of home every now and then. We manage to catch a taxi just unloading incoming guests, and take a ring road back to Sentral to avoid normal Sunday street closures for street markets. Are let off outside the terminal, and instructed to go downstairs to find the buses. ...
I started with a countdown and I am going to end with a countdown. It's going to be emotional. My friend and colleague from the UK, Alex, is over for the week so a fun packed weekend has been planned. A relatively early start to miss the traffic and we were on our way to T Nagar. I was wanting to buy some sari material to make into curtains and blinds. Alex was going to buy an outfit for a wedding reception we were attending later in the evening. T Nagar was as ...
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The train journey wasn't great, the 'bed' that we were supposed to be sharing between us was roughly the size of an ironing board, so between my fat head and Jason's lankiness it wasn't the most comfortable thing situation I have ever found myself in. There was also a nice gentleman who proceeded to stick his head into our little space and ask us questions about ourselves, before going back to the bed next door and continuing to poke ...
Ok this probably isn't going to be a short one...
I don't really know how to begin to describe my time in India so far, but I think the following quote sum's it up perfectly:
"Learning to walk with God is a process, and just when we think we have it all figured out, God leads us to a new place where our old tricks don't work. In fact, it may seem like we're learning how to walk all over again. And in a ...