The Park Chennai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Good evening, I trust you are all well, happy and healthy?
Well I've had a very chilled but great week to finish off my India trip. I arrived at 4:15am on Saturday morning at Chennai central, where Naren came to collect me. The idea was to have some breakfast and then get dropped off at Broadlands for snoozy time, but nothing was open! We went down to the beach, where we had a good catch up and awaited sunrise before driving back for a good ...
This morning began with our usual breakfast, before we headed to work and met with Ruha. After a quick cup of tea, it was time for another of our exams, this time focusing on Stores and related retail concepts. Having completed the exam (three down, one to go!), it was time to continue with our work from yesterday, this time writing the test scenarios and cases following on from the test strategies we have already written. It is good to put all of ...
... the Fort St George, which seems to be the only major landmark we need to see. It costs 10Rs (!) for the two of us, on a very official ticket with all sorts of conditions printed on it in English. The train seems packed to the gunwales when it comes into the station, but it is only the people wanting to get off who are hanging out of the doorway. We manage to get standing room away from the central exit area, and gradually work our way towards ...
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Rickshaw fender bender: Yup, I already got into a little accident! Dude, the traffic is so crazy here. I thought I’d be used to it by now, but I still get anxious in those rickshaws. A few days ago, my driver was EXTRA aggressive, passing other vehicles, cutting people off, driving into on-coming traffic and swerving back in our lane at the last second. Usually I just shut my eyes when it gets bad so I don’t have a panic attack, but ...
... many times - I can barely scratch the surface of this culture and I'm left wanting to know more.
Set amongst peaceful and verdant gardens, the temple of Krishna is a very different scene - perfectly symmetrical, sweeping curves and painted spotlessly pink. It's a haven of calm and tranquility and the worshipers inside are sitting cross-legged in silent, focused contemplation.
Elsewhere in the city, Roman Catholics ...