Taj Coromandel Chennai
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... went to a very posh Punjabi restaurant called Copper Chimney. The food was sooo good!! Of course we had to have dessert... In the form of Amadora!!! I felt so sick for so long after! And that's it for now really.... Colm has gone off to the airport and me and Fede are on our way to Mahabalipuram for a bit of exploration. It's been an intense few days, so hopefully we can chill for a little. I'm sure I'll update again soon.... I have less than a week left of India!!!! Eeek! Bye bye peeps ...
... was good to see this recognition of hard work and commitment in action. We were called onto the stage to collect our certificates and amazing scrolls that had photos and quotes on from our time here. James and Emma gave a short talk about our experiences with Cognizant and what we have particularly enjoyed. We also saw some traditional South Indian dancing and got interviewed by the HR team about our time in India both inside ...
We left the relative comfort of Kuala Lumpur and embarked on perhaps the scariest but most rewarding leg of our journey, India. We flew into Chennai, the 5th largest Indian city and capital of the state Tamil Nadu. Our introduction into the ridiculously bureaucratic world of India. We reached the desk of passport control, excited to be finally entering India officially and for Tat collecting her 50th stamp, ...
... as in the morning. Many Indian people came up me and my friends and asked to take pictures with us. This was funny to me because we spent our time in India snapping shots of the Indian people, but we are just as foreign to them.
Later that night, once again, we were standing in a train station, the Agra station now, having our clothing pulled on by people that looked as though they were wasting away, asking for food ...
... very careful at the moment as the ‘madrassi’ eye infection is circulating. It is highly infectious and it makes your eyes go very red, puff up and you become incredibly sensitive to light. It looks really brutal, and it spread so quickly at Pallavaram, I am very much hoping that I don’t get it, I’m already preoccupied through my hundreds of mosquito and ant bites.
Saturday night I went over to the fortune hotel again- with a ...