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... the burnt bits touch anything. Lauren came in and did the same to her with her cherry red neck and arms. We stayed that way until dinner time.
Once the sun had safely set and despite the full moon reflecting those death rays back at us we ventured out. Intending to peruse a few stalls we were waylaid by some chatty locals. From them we got tips on where to stay and what to see in Spain, France and the UK. Which towns were the cheapest and had the best sights ...
Our man makes a radical U-turn across heavy traffic, then cuts across several lanes to make the driveway. We are directed clockwise around the building, but get moved on at what looked like reception, and then another entrance. This may have been reception for an exclusive part of the hotel (there seemed to be a number of these, including a Presidential Suite with bullet-proof glass), but as they didn’t know what room we were ...
... site before heading to the hospital for a week of service.
We have been to another monument in Chennai (16 years ago), but this one was new to us. Erick explained doubting Thomas' story to Adam before heading to the shrine/chapel. Adam is Jewish. Thomas brought Christianity to India!
We took off our shoes to enter the holy ground (as per the sign). :-) It was indeed a ...
... coach whizzed passed without even nicking the wing mirror. I silently offered my own prayers to the Buddha!
I’m not sure if this very near miss liberated our driver from his erstwhile healthy respect for danger, or if he felt that this journey’s omen was well and truly dealt with, but his driving skills deteriorated from that moment on. The following couple of hours were a nail-biting, seat-hugging series of jerks, swerves, brakes and jolts. It was ...
... to force down as it was pretty horrible. It was aniseed and other herbs and things wrapped in a Beta leaf and topped with what looked like (but didn't taste much like) a cherry! The two small girls were fascinated by my Ipod and my Kindle and we're torn away in order to go to bed.
All in all we thoroughly enjoyed our train journey and it was a much better experience than we had anticipated, allowing us a good rest without having to rush around. The only downside was ...