Lotus A Pondy Hotel
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... Coramandel Hotel where we had a reservation. “You know where it is?” we asked, showing him a piece of paper with the address, which he studied casually. “YES..come” he announced and squashed us all into his 3 wheeler. First of all, he took us to the “Corbelli Hotel” and then the “Chorus”. Several hotels later - some not even beginning with C - and an extended night city tour of the Tamil district, ...
... we definitely needed some good curry and cold drinks to cure the headaches. Bedtime followed pretty swiftly what with a couple of us feeling slightly ropey but for those feeling up to it 10:30pm local time was Calcutta Cup kick off! Such a relief to catch some 6 nations action here in India. Feeling refreshed after our earlier night and lie in this morning, a leisurely breakfast set us up for what turned out to be a pretty great Sunday. We headed up to the pool for some ...
... and Phillip, and Tixon and his wife Vanitha and 15 month old son Mihiran. Tixon, the sharpest of all, was educated in England, thanks to some Aurovilian who saw great promise in him years ago; he is a computer whiz working the Graphic Dept. and is in charge of the small boarding school with 7 kids (mainly orphans).
Joining us for some pictures are Stephanie, American from Colorado who teaches at ...
... dish and a glass of rather good red wine - her first drop of wine since leaving the UK. It was great. Then back to the homestay, because we aim to travel early (ish) to Chennai tomorrow.
The next morning, our intentions of rising early were defeated by the extremely comfy bed and sounds of rain outside. So, we got up at 9.00 am and went for breakfast at a bakery called Baker Street, signposted with a picture of Sherlock Holmes. It is more of a ...
... lovely exteriors and trains that only 'end' or 'begin' their journey here. There are good places to eat (like the Sarvana bhavan) but less place to sit. The a/c waiting room is small and at the time of writing this blog was 30 rs for 1st hr and 20 rs/hr afterwards.
The Park railway station is diagonal to the right side while exiting Central. From here one can board the local trains to various other places.
There are many buses ...