Chamiers Park Hotel
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... the most that will fit on a scooter. All mothers must ride side saddle and be holding a baby in one arm. Any additional children must be sandwiched between the parents. You may not use any moving system of transport unless you announce your presence to every fellow traveller by means of a noise emitting device.
Every Indian has broken his or her ankles an average of 16 times by the time they reach retirement age as falling off the unfinished and ...
... 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.
... Another hill station in the Nilgiri mountains, but this time in Tamil Nadu instead of Kerala. Ooty used to be some kind of summer-capital for the British, who headed into the cooler mountains when places like Chennai became too hot. Getting there took us a bit longer than expected. After taking two different buses we arrived in Coimbatore, from where it was supposedly another three hours. There was a Tamil holiday, so loads of people were trying to get on the bus to Ooty ...
... place called Don Pepe. I know you are thinking “Mexican in India that can’t be good”. But you would be wrong. It was actually very good, tasted like Mexican food and they even had salsa, sour cream and jalapeno peppers. The only down side is that they didn’t serve beer and the margaritas were non-alcoholic. I ordered a margarita anyways think it would be fine but it was more like lime sherbet in soda. One strange ...
... self, trim the beard!) That nite we hit up a flash veggie place for dinner, which had some strange clientelle but when we thought about it we only added it being strange ourselves. Dinner was served with an obligatory power cut. We got a torch in asia after trekking and it is one of the must haves for backpackers!!!
Alan (relax your body!!!) our yoga teacher was so good we got another class with him the next morning before packing up and heading south to ...