Finding a Happy place

In our modern deeply hectic lives it is wise to consider the free and therapeutic qualities of nature. As we become an increasingly urban society it’s a good idea to stop and pause the glories of the natural world and remind ourselves that at are core we our humans. We are not truly built for the concrete jungles that we have encased ourselves in and we would do well to remember that once we worked and roamed in the fields and the wilderness of the countryside.

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Mentally picturing a place or space can be beneficial for you as noted in the article on https://www.huffingtonpost.com/ari-adams/10-ways-to-find-your-happy-place_b_9111424.html.  It does not need to be a green and pleasant land necessarily. There are more than enough landscapes to focus on. Perhaps you feel more akin to a towering mountain range, capped in snow and ice the strong wind upon your face? Maybe …

Here’s How to Explore Chennai Like a Localite

Want to feel the uniqueness of Chennai, a perfect blend of orthodox and modern cosmopolitan culture? Then take your backpack, book a budget hotel in Chennai and get ready to experience Chennai like a locality. Because you cannot see the real Chennai unless you keep your tourist’s shades away!

The first thing you’ll need to explore Chennai like a locality, is sunscreen! And it’s not a joke. Chennai knows only three types of climate – hot, hotter and hottest. So don’t forget to keep sunscreen, sunglasses and cotton clothes in your backpack for a comfortable Chennai trip.

Now let us have a look at the tips to be a ‘locality’ tourist at Chennai.

What and where do the locals of Chennai eat?

  • Breakfast of Idli and Medu Vada at Ratna Cafe, Triplicane High Road. People love Idli Sambar, Filter Coffee, Pongal, Jalebi, Plain Dosa, Vada Sambar and Ghee Masala