Taj Coromandel Chennai
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... in the water to relieve themselves. A typical Indian scene I am happy to be leaving behind.
As I make my way back to my hostel I can't help but notice the overwhelming volume of shanty shacks dotting the landscape. Packed in even tighter than in Mumbai this city seems so much poorer than most of the places I have been. For one of India's largest cities it by far has the biggest disparity between rich and poor.
Maybe because it is not really on the tourist track ...
... the boys were soon showing us how it's (potentially NOT) done. We were definitely put to shame by the Cognizant guys but that's what you get when it's the national religion! Reassured by the tennis ball rather than a cricket ball the girls had a go too and we found that Sian is a mean batsman! We even got Ganesh involved too and only stopped when the light faded too much to locate the ball! A quick turnaround at the ...
... how to wedge things, stuff things, roll things, sit on things! I'm a pro! It's funny because we've got set in a certain way from day dot with items split between us. Now, 10 weeks down the line them same things have to go in each bag in the same place and if they don't then we get all kaffufled and loose the plot! Souvenirs at the bottom. Notes, scraps, tickets in top pouch. Mark has the toothpaste, body wash, coconut oil, washing powder. I have body lotion & shampoo/conditioner, ...
... always says, "never pass us a clean bathroom," and I've never thought she was more right than in that moment.
After an amazing morning, we hired a taxi to take us to a place called Mamallapuram where we could see three temples and the "butterball," which is a massive round rock pearch on a hill and looks as if at any moment it will come tumbling down, but even with the effort of several elephants pulling, it cannot be budged. We toured around the temples all afternoon and ...
... food court killing time before our Colombo flight. The past 9 days have been amazing! It all started in the same city we are currently in: Chennai.
Ben and I arrived in Chennai after a 26-hour train ride, hopped into a rickshaw, and set off to meet our couchsurfing.org connection, Suresh, where he was working at Anna University. We had an hour to kill before he got off work and so we took turns watching the bags while the other walked to ...