Pride Hotel Chennai
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It says your destination is on the right. I was really awe stuck!
Thanks to Google maps which was damn accurate to as close as less than 5 meters, which is a staggering precision.
Though the approach was not so great, but the hotel was nice with some great interiors. Parking was limited, but I managed to get a slot.
Huhhh.. Its 8:30 PM and having covered 780 kms its time for some good sleep zzzzzzzzzzzz!!
... our roles. Vijiy popped in mid-afternoon to spring the news that we'd be having a test at the end of the day on our knowledge so far - thanks for that Vijiy! :) - but we had no reason to fear. We all passed and the results will help the team to now focus on what each of us needs more help with in the remaining week and a half we have with Cognizant. Tests completed, we nipped back to the hotel for a quick change and them off ...
... indian lady who wrote down the address in indian for us. Second time round the taxi rank knew where it was and managed to get us right to her door. I didn't know what to expect as we had never met Soraja before and I had only met her sister a handful of times back in England with my mum. We knocked on the door and she welcomed us with open arms and was very happy to see us. We sat and talked with her about India, Sri Lanka where she was born and about her husband ...
... wouldn’t even be able to enter a gas station without shoes, here people ride motorcycles and scooters with no shoes, no big deal. You see school children walking around. Some have shoes on, some don’t, no big deal. You see people walking around on the streets, some have shoes some don’t. And the people that do wear shoes, wear sandals. No socks and tennies! (Let me put this into perspective even more - I ...
... banana leaf thali with 6 boxes.
Inside, the constant food supplies brought other interested parties. There was the omnipresent cockroach who seems to hover on the periphery and just makes himself known every now and again to make sure you don't fully fully relax. On this train, however, we were joined by a rodent - small, squeaky and perfectly harmless but the wildlife meant that most people sat with their legs folded rather than let their bare ...