Ginger Pondicherry Hotel
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... to leave on the balcony. So much for all the karma **** they preach at this ashram. So tomorrow we shall wake up and get some breakky, then the plan is to head to the cafe w wifi and sit there for a few hours whilst drinking Masala Chai and reading/using tinternet! We also decided we'd go out early for breakky, and return in time to have an extra shower...just to get our money's worth as for the next 16hrs it's a sleeper bus, and I doubt we'll be ...
... Aurelio told me most of the following account of the travels and journeys of the Kono Gyokusan shakuhachi:
Vitthal was born in Ireland and his father was in the business of race horses. The kind called “trotters” that pull a two wheel cart and rider. He worked also in Europe and the family moved to Germany and when the WW2 got serious, his father shifted the family to Holland where Vithal went to school. Vithal then went to France for medical school ...
... a box of 18 gourmet chocolates to eat over the next few days.
I would have liked to spend a few days in Puducherry. It is the first place we have visited in India that I have wanted to return to. As we were expected in Madurai, we left Puducherry and passed the rest of the day uneventfully on the bus. It was the longest ride we have had yet and we were only too happy to crawl into our bed at our hotel in Madurai upon arrival.
... relaxing experience at most times of the day, but at 5 am and in a howling wind, rain lashing in at the sides of the thatched roof and with a cold breeze off the Bay of Bengal, about 20m away, and dirty and tired after our journey, this was a miserable few hours. Happily, our room was ready early, so we checked in at 9 am, washed, and went for breakfast.
The day had brightened up considerably, and we went to explore Pondicherry. It had ...
... 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. ...