Taj Coromandel Chennai
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... all that time ago. Allegedly I wiped my **** on the bed sheets when I was young and Tim had to clean it up for me, but I can’t remember this!On the first night we were warned that next to our room (we were in the back of the building) there was going to be a muslim “festival” and it might be noisy. They offered a room closer to the front incase it became too much for us. Despite knowing that if we were getting a warning from the ...
... lovely word creations that almost seem designed to bring a smile to the faces of the adults around her, including her old classic "efelant", as well as a new concoction: "pop-peep-pull" for popsicle. (Tawan makes her these lovely, all-natural popsicles out of watermelon that even Uncle Randy loves to eat.)
Oceana just told me that she had a dream during her nap this afternoon. I asked her what she dreamed about, expecting it to be something like ice ...
We decided to visit the Santhome Cathedral next. We spend most of our time in the quietness of the chapel along with many others who were doing the same. We went down to section with more information on the historic nature of the Cathedral. We also went down to the underground tomb of St. Thomas. My son bought a relic, which includes sand from the tomb. It was interesting that Santhome was among just three ...
... look like, except on a much smaller scale.
As for my first impressions of India, I am not overwhelmed
any more than I was in Morocco or Ghana. But then again, I was pretty sheltered
on an air-conditioned coach bus for much of the day. It was extremely hot
today…thank god for the bus. So, I don’t think I have fully experienced it yet.
It is extremely dirty and dusty here. People just throw their trash everywhere
on the streets. Then, the ...
I just dropped my passport onto the floor of the ladies washroom. The floor was drenched with water that is used to clean one's you-know-what after completing one's business. I think I might cry. In better news, Ben and I just tallied up the number of countries we've each been to, and I'm up to number 23 -- soon to be 24!
We are currently waiting out round 2 in the Chennai airport. Now that the passport horror is over, Ben and I are sitting ...