Pride Hotel Chennai
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... Enoch shared with us how his Breakthrough Ministries came to be and his vision for the future of converting this country to Christianity. At last it was time to leave - nearly 10 o'clock now. We said our goodbyes and started the long, traffic riddled ride back to the hotel. It doesn't take long for your heart to break for those in need and be thankful that your presence can help Pastor Enoch minister to them. May God bless these people and keep them in the palm of His hand!
... we headed back to the ODC to grab our stuff. With a just a few evenings left in Chennai we decided to head back to one of our favourite places for the final time. So it was off to the amazing ITC hotel for an Italian meal. After dinner it was time for the main event of the evening..! Ganesh, who has been driving us around since we very first arrived had invited us to his house so that we could meet his wife and parents (and as it turned out ...
... I asked what this pastry delight was called and was given a response that I did not catch initially. I asked for it to be repeated and then I realised what he said. It's called "Veg Puff". Learning Tamil is not going to be as difficult as I thought! I have a video treat for you today! I can't describe my commute so better to show you instead so here is a snippet along with some dramatic dialogue from me. Enjoy the ...
... rape shower situation) it felt like we were in a nightmare. On a positive side, thank Christ I haven't got malaria or dengue fever, otherwise I wouldn't have been able to walk out, I'd have been stuck on a drip over night no doubt...not worth thinking about but it's good to put things into perspective every now and then. We gave up and called the French embassy and MasterCard, telling them the situation and to cut the longest day of my life short - ...
... 2am Sean was shaking so much he wouldn't have looked out of place on a fifties dance floor. Freezing cold and shake, rattle and rolling like the best of them I did my best to keep him warm. Unfortunately, India hostels aren't that well equipped for cold weather and neither were we, so no blankets. Piled with a mountain of towels and various clothes I could find in the dark, he felt a little better. Being so wrapped up however, did not help with the swift ...