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today chandra came to pick me up , we"r off to pondicherry.
this is a small place where the french collony was in a while back , but still you can see the houses in the france style plus all the france food , aaaah bread.
when we come in i see ther colloured houses and so cute how it looks like here.
a bit …
... its still 27C and then it gets so hot it's impossible to be out around midday in the sun. We have a really great room with seaviews for only 400 Rupees per night, which is less than 10$ but we have to sleep under mosquito net and slowly we are getting used to being without air-con.
I thought there would be more yoga and meditation here but because its not tourists season there seems to be not much around. Tomorrow we are going to Auroville to be volunteering on the organic farm ...
... down it with his arms up in the air crying 'yipeeeeeeeeee!' It was an unforgettable moment that made me want to adopt him as my grandfather! I spent a couple of days in Mysore practising Ashtanga yoga, visiting the palace and galleries, learning how to roll incense sticks and eating yet more delicious dosas! I made some friends and moved into a 'yoga house'; a gorgeous home filled with books and light - where I met some very interesting characters! I was able to receive a ...
... accommodation we saw was dirtier than the streets). The sea front at Pondy is very much a taste of Europe, with a wide, smart promenade and no traffic allowed at night (bliss!). There were thousands of people taking an evening stroll on Sunday night, which was an incredible site. The night market was equally packed, although the constant stream of mopeds squeezing through the crowds spoils the atmosphere. We bought some chicken ...
... this confrontation of my mortality and the mystery of death? Is it the thoughts of my parents and the acknowledgment that I will one day say the hardest goodbye of my life? Is it my frustration at all I’ve come in search of and all I’ve still yet to find? Who am I, What do I want, and Where am I going?
I can’t pin it down. All these thoughts are flashing through my head. Temple is a time of reflection for me. I don’t know anything about Sai Baba, but ...
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good service from the manager he helped me a lot the rooms are basic but that doesnt matter if youre out all day.
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