Tangy Oceanfront Resort

Address: Beach Road, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600041, India | Resort
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This resort, located in the Adyar area of Chennai (Madras), is near Kapaleeshwar Temple, Birla Planaturium, Tamilnadu Science and Technology Centres, and Amirthi Zoological Park.
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      Reunited with Naren! (briefly)

      A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Sep 20, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... safely inside were a supply of contact lenses, solutions, insect repellant, another journal and best of all, LINDT chocolate!

      Naren had sorted out a cheap hotel for me to stay in... A very characterful former palace, reminding me of the best exotic marigold hotel! Its crazy here, my room reminded me a little of a prison cell, long and cold looking, but it's a actually very comfy, cheap and with my own bathroom, so am happy here. When ...

      Leaving India

      A travel blog entry by bevbag on Jan 03, 2014

      ... the beggars are maimed at birth and put to work by the person looking after them. I have seen it with my own eyes on a couple of occasions. The tourist gives the beggar a 10 rupee note and a man soon comes out of the shadows and takes the money from them. These people are often observing three or more beggars. A couple of times I have been walking past beggars and have a couple of pakora left in my bag, that I don't need. I'll happily give these away, but ...

      The safest place to walk is behind a cow

      A travel blog entry by heathermatthews on Dec 27, 2013

      3 comments, 21 photos

      ... out of sight in 13 years we have been coming here. When we first arrived the toilets were concrete with dubious deposits in the corners, the toilet itself was a squattie. Hot water did not exist and electricity was erratic. The lights have not gone off once, hot water is available until about 9:00 am, the tiles are good, the toilet works and it is relatively clean. There is no shower but you fill the big bucket and then splash water on yourself. It works ...

      Sleepless in Chennai

      A travel blog entry by josherring on Dec 09, 2012

      11 photos

      ... problems in his slum community of Basin Bridge and has become a bit of a local hero. Recently Joe stepped in again when a boy was electrocuted on the railway line and Joe took the boy to hospital. Thankfully all is well.

      After a number of meetings we headed out to visit two of the after school programmes (ASP’s), including a new one at Basin Bridge. Driving through Basin Bridge we are
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      The literally non-stop adventure

      A travel blog entry by nealchauhan on Aug 18, 2012

      ... wasn't until ordering that we were told that there was nothing that we had chosen on the menu), 2. Waiting (after finally choosing from our limited option, the wait between the first persons dish to the lasts being served was another 30 minutes), 3. Ridiculous order (Main meal then the juice ordered when arriving?). and the Pièce de résistance uncooked food. Suffice to say we weren't happy after our very enjoyable day, resulting in an explosive display of comprehensive ...