Coloniale Heritage Guesthouse
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TravelPod Member ReviewsColoniale Heritage Guesthouse Pondicherry
This guesthouse is located on the French Quarter and is loaded with antiques We managed to watch the debate while eating our breakfast croissants, served to us by lovely girls in saris. There are several fun restaurants nearby. Our drink of choice is Kingfisher beer .
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... and yet again, our pictures perhaps do not these magnificent structures justice.
Our visits concentrated in the following areas / locations:
i) Varaha Cave - another monolithic structure. Etched out of a large piece of rock and celebrating many of the victories in battles up to the 7th century.
ii) the 5 Rathas - now this was something to see. Rathas means chariots and no it is not a site with 5 chariot carvings. Apparently from a distance ...
... dining hall when we arrived and the kitchen staff come out to join the waiters and manager as they smile and pass comment on the goras. We are still perfecting our technique of eating only with the right hand and this feels something like an informal examination as a dozen or so of them press up against our table, giggling. It may have felt intrusive earlier in our time here, but now we are comfortable and happily answer the usual questions. “What is your good ...
... and by no means is strictly a Pondicherry thing. Pondy isn't immune to the Indian custome of ******* everywhere and anywhere. So much for.. preserving what little remains of the ambiance.'
....It was the last day of Pongal (Harvest Festival) and a 3 km long market was taking place down a Mahat Magandi Road.
The bike was returned and fixed and set us back 450Rs including a ...
... in this wondrous place? Impossible we thought, but these channels that carry this water were not covered with glass or plastic or anything to contain the water, but it flowed down around the curve, instead of just falling down like a waterfall. God knows how or why, but with so many other things to observe and look at, our eyes were snatched to the next thing and to the next marvel to behold.
Around the sides of the great dome were white stairs and sweeping white walkways ...
... is significantly different from the rest of town perhaps because, as the former centre of French government, it still serves Tamil bureaucratic needs, and the private houses can only be owned by the wealthy. The streets have a clear grid layout radiating from a central and circular park. The architecture is not the grand stone of Paris but the high walls and grand gates and pillars coupled with the proportions of the gently ached windows are ...