Seaside Guest House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Pondicherry
It's great to be back on the seaside again. I have an awesome room overlooking the sea and I love the salty sea breeze. Checked out the Aurobindo Ashram and it was very eerie inside. Very silent many Indians and some foreigners paying respects and sitting in Mediation. There's nothing much there and I'm a bit dissapointed. Don't know if there is much for me to do here except relax and read.
... in Puducherry, we stopped to watch men harvesting sea salt from fields of black mud. They appeared to be digging up the mud from trenches and then setting it out to dry in the sun. When dry, the white of the salt contrasts with the black mud and can be separated. This looked like hard, dirty work.
After several more hours of driving, we finally arrived in Puducherry where our first excursion was to the ashram of Sri Aurobindo. Sri ...
Nothing like waking to the dulcet tones of Muslim Prays at 5am. I am staying in a Muslim area so I should expect it. The day starts with doing my own washing - the Guest house charge 50 rupee for you do use their washing machine, the roof top has a clothes line. Suits me. An Indian breakfast in provided for 180 rupee at 9am. Then I head off with my new friend Jean-Pierre. He is moving to a new hotel in Auroville, I drop him off and I head to the tourist centre, or so I ...
... we would often come across lady labourers carrying heavy loads on their heads in the 40 degree heat. I found it hard walking from one cafe to the next in the mid day heat.
Having sampled many french eateries, we also tried our first South India food, thalis and dosa masalas. In this region the traditional diet is vegetarian, with rich sauces, which were delicately spiced and very fresh, miles away from the indian take aways from home. ...
... destination for Indians. Lots of the French made buildings were lit up with colourful lights and looked so nice in the moonlight. We even did a spot of shopping, I splashed out and spent two quid on a bracelet and some new Indian style trousers! Big spender I know! After looking around a grocery store where there was lots of new interesting types of vegetables , we left with a pomegranate and an apple, we went back to the hotel happy and chilled ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?