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... to miss the reception! Luckily for us though, Rahul was stuck in traffic and an hour after we "left" Federica in bed, she called to say she felt better... 10 minutes later we were all on the road to the pre-wedding reception in our amazing outfits. The reception was kind-of a meet and greet where around 700 guests come to meet the bride and groom, have lots of group pictures and eat loads of delicious food. They both looked incredible even with their aching jaws from too ...
... the house for nothing. It was so bizarre. The only think we could think was that there must be another burrow – the main burrow maybe underneath the tents where they were all on their way to.
To spur myself on with getting workouts done I’ve roped Hannah into joining my new fitness regime. Combining many exercises learnt from my many classes with Ruth back in Swindon I’ve put together a few half hour bursts of intense exercise and we have ...
... far away from influences. A plate of meals which is not as expensive as compared to places like Chennai and Bangalore, can give a traveler his or her money's worth.
Looking out through the window during the day or sleeping, watching a movie at night does let time pass on wings. Before we realized that we were actually on a journey, we were in the Koyambedu bus terminus in Chennai. Parveen Travels Online Bus Booking provides available tickets on this ...
... Jose, Andrea, Steve and James. Jose and Andrea are usually the most vocal with their observations of life in Chennai and although not always flattering then it can be very funny. One day, Andrea decided to put a smiley face picture over his ID pass to test if the security guards actually looked at our ID at the compulsory check on entry into the office park. He flashed his card and the guard just waved us on. The guard must be ...
... dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva the Destroyer. Locals first gave offerings to the gods and then with a huge chain pulled a decorated temple through town while Brahmans stood on top shouting orders. The whole process looked extremely cool but dangerous and I have no idea how no one got run over. We did see a little girl get side-swiped by a car on our way out of town though. A car came screaming through the tiny centre of town ...