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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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... into the rubbish skip. That old stuff just doesn't quite do it in the modern church.
A bit further down the street Ang had to pose with the local constabulary. Very touristic, but had to be done. Strangely, they wear the same hats as French bobbies, this being an old French town why not. I could not see French bobbies in Calais wearing uk police helmets though.
Was it hot? I would say. We had ...
... dream of homeownership.
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 ...
... doing brisk business. Pongal had given everyone free time and the beach front drive had a real resort vibe.
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In Mamalapuram, Dave's phone stopped charging and, once the battery ran down, we had no GPS guiding us. We had to wing it.
We easily found the Park Hotel Pooja had recommended. And not surprisingly, it was fully booked. They do not ...
... 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 "hash brown", which was more of a potato bake with tomatoes, and a really delicious fruits salad with muesli, curd and honey. It was far too much, so I was stuffed, but so good to have homemade muesli and fresh fruit. Then started on another riveting bus trip to get to Pondicherry. On the way, we stopped in to Auroville, a strange town that was built in the late 60s to be a place without religion or ...