Seaside Guest House

14, Goubert Avenue, Pondicherry, Union Territory of Pondicherry, 605001, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 14, Goubert Avenue, Pondicherry.
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    A-Z of Pondicherry

    A travel blog entry by lou_shaff on Mar 12, 2014

    2 comments, 40 photos

    ... bus with bunk beds divided, which seemed like a nice idea until you found yourself hurtling down a mountain flat on your back, feet first and in the dark, with your stomach in your mouth and your heart beating like a machine gun. Every theme park should have one as it has all the thrill factors! The kids slept through it all though while we both went green and started to pray.

    We arrived in Pondicherry around 3.30am, well ahead of ...

    Excursions, enlightenment and singalongs

    A travel blog entry by psit-india-2014 on Feb 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... was the largest French colony in India. The city has a long and interesting history of trade and war. There is a strong French influence in the city, especially in the old quarters, with Rues and Boulevards lined with Mediterranean style houses and bakeries, although the city remains very much Indian. Pondicherry is very much a city with a dual personality: crossing from East to West of the central canal reveals two cities with very different characters. The drive took ...

    Botanical Gardens

    A travel blog entry by bryan.walton on Feb 05, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... be next to the maze (which they mistakenly term 'labyrinth' on their map).
    So by the time we arrived, they had cleared away the wild green growths, and the brush burned up. A dirt road running through the area they plan to easily move to make the area large enough.
    We all went to it and measured the area. We all decided on the Cretan Labyrinth, the most ancient of all, from prehistoric Crete, and ...

    Le magnifique, mademoiselle C!

    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Nov 22, 2013

    179 photos

    ... suddenly being distracted and saying, "ooh, a pretty butterfly" and following its progress among the bushes. No word of a lie. Anyway, back to Mr H:

    We stayed, had some very nice French food from the cafe, took some photos of the golf ball, and then travelled back to Pondicherry. Altogether, I think Lynds is more open-minded about the spiritual stuff at Auroville than I was - I like the place, and it's pleasant to visit, the Matrimandir is a ...

    The lone trip to Pondy

    A travel blog entry by petersdana on Jul 02, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... too. Exercise is ofcourse, compulsory for daily life itself.

    My train tickets from New Delhi to Chennai and bus tickets from Chennai to Pondicherry were booked on-line 1-2 months in advance. I planned to travel in the state transport buses which promised the minimum time of 3hrs of travel. Except for the TA instructor till now I didn't consult or ask advice from anyone. I was on my own. Yes, the internet did a great job of ...