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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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Once we arrived at the village this morning we were greeted by a group of the villagers. The volunteer leader for REAL in their village is a lady who greeted us and blessed us. She donned us with beautiful flower necklaces and then the band began to play! There were three drummers and a gentleman playing a flute.They led us through the village where more and more people and children began to gather. They gratitude of ...
... hotel is located right above 'The Phone Store', an Indian chain. Dave began researching new phones available in India.
Per wiki: A French colony until 1954, this coastal town retains a number of colonial buildings, churches, statues, and systematic town planning, as well as urban architecture of the local Tamil style. As such the town has been dubbed "The Europe of ...
... are mere visitors in this place, so we’re playing by their rules, and not ours. If it had been some wacko staying here, with western rules, I may have not been so compassionate that’s for sure.
The morning actually turned out to be a quite nice one, despite the alarming start. I sat with the camera and took some pictures of the dawn by a huge statue in a field, playing chase games with the dogs and giving them a scratch behind their ears, in those hard to ...
... and letting know my loved ones in safe and well, we wander about town. Pondacherry is a smallish town, it's hell of a lot cleaner than the city of Chennai and there seems to be a few more tourists. Although mainly older, thus not really back packing prices...which we soon learnt after looking in one shop. Hell of a lot cheaper than uk, but for India extrourshinate ! (According to fi!) We found a few pretty temples and spent some time in the ...
After the exhibition we were allowed to go and see the Matrimandir, which is the “heart of Auroville”, from a view point, and we were stunned! It is hard to describe, but it is basically a huge golden metallic sphere in the centre of Auroville. It is covered in 56 kg of gold and took 37 years to build. It’s placed in a beautiful garden which is still being developed further. Access inside the Matrimadir is very limited and is ...