The Park Chennai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... place was buzzing with customers and it is them that I knew that this is one of the most famous places in Chennai for a good meal and sweets. We had to give our names and wait in line for a table to be ready and in 20 minutes, a table was allocated for us.
The moment we took our seats, the waiter attended to us and ordering was a breeze. It was so great to see the professionalism of ...
... is the Schizophrenia research foundation, an NGO and not for profit organisation in Chennai. Dad works with a psychiatrist in newcastle who formally worked for SCARF. he suggested that we take a visit whilst we were in Chennai. I am so glad we did. It was a very interesting place. The centre is based in a four storey old building and has a number of facilities, some of which were the first of its kind in India. These include: an outpatient clinic, Day program, ...
We stayed in a serviced apartment in Chennai. It turned out to be bedroom in a 3 bedroom apartment. It had breakfast provided provided. There were 3 people working there, doing the cooking and cleaning. So, they cooked dinner for us as well. We were able to buy the veggies we wanted and they cooked them for us. It was nice to have home cooked food again for 2 nights. But, I am sick of Indian food. We found a huge shopping centre near our room, and have eaten KFC, and burgers ...
... the girls lives
there slightly more bearable. It’s so minimal but it’s a start. On top of that
we’re in the process of writing a very detailed email to the mother of Jwala
explaining what we witnessed in our time there in hope of forcing a change.
Missing everyone loads...It's starting to feel like we've been
away for a while now! The experiencs we've had in this last week havent helped
either! Lots and lots of love to everyone.
CJ and Graham
... 8212;talk about the ‘Temple of Doom’ (I haven’t entirely digested that experience just yet.); relaxed in the heart of Ceylon tea plantations, greeted by smiles during the day and warmed by bonfires and arrack at night; struggled during a 22 kilometer pilgrimage up more than 5,000 stairs to the summit of Sri Lanka’s most sacred mountain (Sri Pada), only to have locals and other pilgrims cheering me on every step of the way (then I had ...