Seaside Guest House
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... and the rest of the guys found a bush for a rest room. I joined a
cue, along with all the ladies in the bus down a small passageway into a small
room with two squat toilets facing the wall and a big bucket of water, no door.
By now I am accustomed to squat toilets, I just usually I have my own stall.
The fact that there were about 4 women watching me, waiting for me to finish
gave me a shy bladder, which ...
... it’s disturbing in the extreme.
The old man lays down in front of the bus preventing it from leaving and this just invites more punches and kicks from the conductor. Amber and I are off the bus appealing for the melee to stop with Rans now hysterical and Kier ashen-faced. Passers-by pick him up and move him to the pavement. He shouts and swings his stick at imaginary assailants whilst the conductor - having re-boarded the bus - looks impassively on as we ...
... only but we found the visitor information centre to be decidedly lacking in information. Apparently there is quite a lot online but we anticipated that turning up and asking a few questions in person would be the best way to get a feel for the place. Apparently the best way to get a feel for the place is to book yourself in for a couple of weeks and get involved at a home stay or even volunteering for a bit. There was’t much information available about that either.
... or people locked in prayer, and this simple beam of light, natural and not man-made said it all, beauty in nature and all we have. Sometimes you have to create a contrast to see things as they really are, and this place wins the gold cup for doing just that.
It had been a sunny, but partially cloudy morning before we entered, with the sun strong and powerful as always, but some big fluffy clouds lurked up high and threated to block out the sun’s rays; we’re ...
Next up on our trip was Auroville, where we were to spend the next 10 days. Auroville is a spiritual community, which aims to achieve human unity through non religious means. It was started by a French woman, known as 'The Mother', who has been ironically deified. If you didn't know this background, you might mistake it for a hippie commune/weird religious cult. Luckily, Ruth's uncle lived here so we got the full story before we arrived. After 5 ...