[Sunday 3/2/2002 01:11 - Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, India]
I am in Chennai, the 4th largest city in India. It is in the south-east, but you probably know that after checking the map at […]
Anyway, it’s a huge Indian city with all the beggars and the sewer in the streets, but it has its perks.
Malls! Huge shopping malls to spend all your Rupees in!
Today for instance I spent all day in one (1!) store inside a mall.
7 hours in one _huge_ store!
The weather here is a bit hot. Not as much as the hell in Cochin, but a huge different from Kodaikanal – the town I just came from.
It is a hill-station established by the Americans up high in the mountains.
It was so called there, waking up in the morning reminded me of waking up for guard duty in the boot-camp. But then again, everything here reminds me of boot-camp.
One last thing:
After 30 rolls of camera film, more than US$200 spent, and around a thousand clicks I have finally found a picture that I really like:
Attached is a picture of a beggar. It was taken in Hampi, Karnataka state, India in January 2002.