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TravelPod Member ReviewsPatricia Guest House Pondicherry
A delightful home with a French touch! The sitting room is filled with art, art and more art. Patricia the owner used to own a shop with art but she now has them in her home -guest house. Every room has a little India in it .Fresh, warm, friendly, comfortable... In the heat we found it comfortable just sitting in admiring art. A beautiful court yard were the kitchen is located. Patricia and her son Oliver who speak French run this little heaven on Francois Martin street. The colours are rich and great for the senses. Enjoyed chatting with both Oliver and Patricia, Highly recommended!!!
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... Back to the hotel for a shower before setting out in a 'auto rickshaw' back the the White Town for a lovely meal in a quaint courtyard cafe, La Maison Rouge. Recommended on TripAdvisor and lived up to its reviews. No curries and rice tonight! PS Forgot to mention on our walk that we visited the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. It is one of the most well known and wealthiest Ashrams in India, with devotees from India and all over the world flocking to it for spiritual ...
... Tamil focus but in recognition of both the district and the clientele, are served with tiny portions of boiled vegetables. We imagine the French are most put out as the vegetables are crisp and not the mush of their norm.
Pondicherry has been a fine and interesting town to be in as we both recover from our poorliness and wind up our month long adventure. We have an early start tomorrow and a three hour drive to Chennai from where we ...
... The journey was soon forgotten when we we were dazzled by the enchanting place that Hampi was. Hampi is an ancient city - situated within the ruins of 'Vijaynagara' (shoutout to Vij!) - and amongst the myriad of ruins, the paradisaical river that provided a glorious mirror for the setting sun, and the stretches of green - lay a place that exuded charm and beauty. We spent the days cycling around the ruins, ogling at the impressive architecture, stopping periodically for sugar cane ...
... to see any of the other forts so we made our way back to the school where Emily, Laura, Hayley and I started (and finally finished) all our packing for our great travels. As a good bye to everyone, we had a last dinner in Villupuram with all the other volunteers which was still too spicy for most of us to handle.. When will my mouth get used to these flavours?!?
Massive shout out to Emily Clarke who paid for our dinner and we will be eternally grateful :)
... the chameleons, I sorta just lost it.
Today was scorpion day however, and what I found at the side of my bike walked on six legs and did the whole poisonous deal. In China I ate one off a stick. Here, it’s staring back at me. “If I put my hand in that things face, I die.” The thought inevitably comes through my head. I’m glad to have Santosh with me, and to be admiring from a distance. More than anything, I’m glad ...