Chamiers Park Hotel
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... br> There were not many items that were available for breakfast. At this hour, they had Tosai, Vadai, Idli, Puri and Ponggal. We ordered two sets of Vadai's and two sets of Idli's along with four coffee's.
As recommended, their Vadai's were superb. In fact, they were much better than the Vadai that we had at Adyar Ananda Bhavan last night. Both my dad and I had another two ...
... that is what i enjoyed the most of it.
I made very sneeky picures haha.
and after that we decide to go for a small drink at the hilton hotel , very sjiek there. dont feel like proper dressed but its all fine i see. so on to coctails than.
so far chennai
with many thanks to rikhia. with you i coulth laugh and have fun. we had those small moments i really enjoyed so much. lets hope to meet again once.
... Rock Cafe. Both of which have been a welcome change. We spent the only full day we had in Chennai, seeing the sights. We tried to go to a park for a walk in grounds run by the Theosophical Society. But, it was closed by the time we got there, although it was only mid morning. So we walked to a nearby beach, which was full of rubbish. Couldn't walk on the beach, or even contemplate going in for a swim. Then we went to the Kapaleshwar temple, which was pretty impressive ...
... need to be quick. One old lady had a job to get on and was nearly left behind but for some shouting by her daughter (I think). 2.5 hrs later, and plenty of stops along the way and we arrived in Mamallapuram.
After walking around and viewing a few places we settled on Green woods of cross street (known as rich man street to the locals) as the guy gave us a good deal for two nites (always in backpacker mode). With both an inside and outside bed and shower we had ...
We leave India in 2 days time and it’s sad but true to say that
we’re looking forward to getting out. India has been quite an experience all in
all. For the most part we’ve loved it here but Jwala really tested us. I wish
there was more we could do. Maybe we can, we’re still talking about it at every
opportunity and have already decided a donation of toys specifically designed
for mentally and physically challenged people may ...