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... shop. It was closed. So we sat on the stairs getting our blood sucked from us one miserable drop at a time by the cloud of mosquitoes loitering with us.
An hour later a lady who worked at the phone store showed up and immediately recognised our situation. After a series of back and forth phone calls a “technical difficulty” was diagnosed and the remedy promised in a couple of hours. We trudged back to the YWCA unwilling to ...
... on the left, and the shower room on the right.
After we settle in, take photos before destroying the room, then we walk around checking out the hotel, including the pools and gardens on our level. Can’t walk more than 50 metres before someone asks if we’re OK, and do we want anything. After a while this gets very annoying!
It’s now after 7pm, so go to the lounge for the free drinks and snacks in the ...
... over the past month...
Besides yoga, here are a few other things I did or places I visited during my time in Chennai...
Government museum – a collection of many things from fossils & preserved insects to bronze carvings of Hindu gods & goddesses. I came here alone, but ended up meeting a college-aged Indian girl when I arrived. She was super sweet and we ended up spending the afternoon together at the museum. She even turned out to be ...
... that it was really necessary forElaine to have her arm trapped in the lift door – the bell boy was fighting a losing battle with our luggage – but we eventually raced our room and sank into the luxurious comfort. As a reward for our ordeal and after the first bath in just over 2 months, we retired to the bar!
Early on Monday morning and we boarded the shuttle for the airport –India bound! The short run was surprisingly stress free and we were ...
... playing in the surf. After an ice cream we battered through the persistent Tuk Tuk drivers and had a walk down the main street by the beach. Owen had had enough of the tourist side of India and couldn't face any more temples or forts, otherwise we would have had a city tour.
We purchased a pair of flip flops each and headed back to the hotel. I am suffering from itchy red lumps all over my body and cannot workout what they are. Too small for mosquitos I am thinking ...