Taj Coromandel Chennai
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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... has a museum and an old church that we visited. This fort was originally set up by the East India company to facilitate trade and really triggered the establishment of Madras city. We did a lot of last minute shopping today - you've got to love the Indian systems here for purchasing goods. After choosing the item, the shop assistant writes you a docket and you have to go somewhere else to pay ( and ...
... some lunch, but they were without power and so Owen had to go without his coffee! Disaster. They also had no french bread or paninis left either.
After another bimble round town and buying a new T-Shirt for me we were quickly running out of things to do so we decided to cut our losses and head for the airport, thinking we would grab a bite to eat when we got there. Little did we know that the Indian (or at least Chennai) airport system is a little different to ours. ...
... other signs of destitution - interspersed with glorious tree-lined boulevards, grandiose architecture old and new, statues of the city's late and great, leafy gardens and vibrant, colourful markets. Order and chaos vye for the upper hand. It seems at times like the chaos is winning.
Strolling around town I discover a beach - strewn with rubbish which catches my attention, but this doesn't seem to spoil people's ...
... to all the previous ones. It may also appear that we have not blended well into Indian life, maybe we didnt as much as we had hoped. However, Chennai was just like any other city we had visited in India, big, busy and full of western shops. Chennai had nothing to offer us except a few relaxed days in a shopping mall.
Overall, India was a great experience and we are glad to say we survived 4 weeks there. It has been a very intense and exhausting ...
We left Pondicherry in a Jeep; 9 of us, plus the driver, packed to the brim with our baggage tied to the roof, on a 4-hour journey up the Coramandel Coast in the South East of India heading to Chennai. We had done this trip once before just 4 days earlier for our first concert of this tour, but this time we would not make the return trip back to Pondicherry. All of us were ...