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... who walked through the door!! Oh dear. Mum wanted to try and go to the cemetery where Aunty Barbara, Uncle Al, Mum's Nanna, Aunty Doris, Denzil (Ronnie's brother) and other family members are buried. We had planned to go there before going to the restaurant but we ran out of time so didn't get to go :( On our way to the restaurant mum wanted to pop into the shop on the corner of Jenny & Carol's road called Rani Arts to see if they sold the gundamonies with ...
... some great pictures. It was a great feeling to meet old friends.
Thanks to my friends for arranging it. Nice to see everyone at the same place. I am really proud the diverse fields and achievements of my friends from high school, they have all found their unique areas of expertise, most of them in business.
It was just a few days in Chennai, but this time around I got to meet a lot of people.
... the tobacco was strong and it tasted like Charms. As someone famously said, “If you can’t get a cognac and cigar, have a tej and Nyala!”. A Nyala cigarette costs 75 Ethiopian cents (Rs 2.25). Marlboro, Marlboro Lights and Rothmans are available for 2 Birr (Rs 6) each.
In Addis I went to a supermarket and took a walk. I did not find any skin whitening creams in any of the shelves. Ethiopia is a country where people are proud of their natural colour. It is ...
... has an earthed other remains around the shore temple and along the beaches. We are taken to see some more ruins on the beach to the right side of the temple. There used to be a massive sand dune there and it does make you wonder what else could be hidden beneath the sand. Disappointed the we aren't on the bikes any longer it is time to relax by the pool!! I get in for a short while but hunger takes over. Lunch is had at this fantastic roof restaurant looking out to ...
... to have my photo taken with them!
I arrived in Mamallapuram this afternoon-a two hour bus ride south of Chennai. Some of the bus drivers are currently on strike so there was only a limited service (sounds like the London Underground) but one luckily arrived within half an hour of me arriving at the bus station.
I am really looking forward to exploring the sites of Mamallapuram tomorrow.