Pride Hotel Chennai
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Visit to the Hindu Kapileshwar temple, onto a fish market, government museum and then lunch at a vegetarian restaurant. In the temple they had a cow shed with cows and a bull. The dung is collected, burnt and then used to make the white dots on the Hindu people's foreheads.
Met our fellow travellers for the next 2 weeks. 16 in all so quite a big group, mostly Ozzies but a mixed selection of folk which is good. Just got to try and remember everyone's name. Trish and Dennis, Betty and Mick, Bruce, Robin, Jackie and Helen, Judith and Hugh, Bob and Helen and Edith and Connie. Our guide is Sam. Dinner in the hotel rooftop …
... me tell you, I very much do! Often it seemed to me they are quite accepted in society, but for most of them it is a ************g way to achieve happiness and social (plus family) acceptance. For those whose life went the path of red light, they have many stories to tell. Let it be how to hide the penis and trick customers or the peer pressure to do the fullfledged surgical transformation. I am sucking in the pages as an ...
... take around an hour and a half, so we took the opportunity to sample the food. Ashmita knows the woman responsible for the spread so got her to explain it all to us. The "chat" is basically starters, the equivalent to staple street foods of India but in a very clean safe environment... So we tried as much as possible. There was so much variety of crispy delights made up with sauces, and accompaniments. So so tasty... There was also a fruit table with many different fruits, ...
... amazing host ever - looking after us 24/7 for a whole month) before heading back to the hotel to pack and checkout. This was much easier as she is moving to London next week - which we are all excited about. But there were still big hugs and lots of "I can't wait to see you in a couple of weeks!". We decided to have our final meal at The Raintree at the rooftop restaurant. What would the last day in Chennai be without another cake?! (No we are not joking) the hotel delivered us a ...