Ginger Pondicherry Hotel
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... that blight the rest of India. Owning a property is not allowed but accommodation is allocated by committee on the basis of need. Our French host lives with her young son in a five bedroom house in very spacious grounds. Portraits of the Mother hang all through the house. She has two maids to help with the domestic chores and take care of her child. She designs clothing that hangs in the gift shops at the visitor’s centre, sold by lethargic local women in bright saris ...
... is a golden golfball like structure at the centre of Auroville which could be viewed externally only. Built as a centre for concentration, it was started in 1971 and completed in 2008. I can’t help feeling that if they had concentrated on the job in hand it might have been completed much sooner. If you want to see the inside then you need to make a booking and it was fully booked for a whole week when we arrived. It would be helpful if you could book in advance but ...
... for £2….so good that we took the rest home to eat in bed to round off our wonderful day, nom nom nom, ha ha ha!
Please don’t think we’re crazy, far from it, just happy, full of memories, life, love for each other, the universe and everything. Oh god – I’m not sure if we can take anymore…..WHAT NEXT!
Love and hugs to you all
Dan and Scotty
p.s we pinched these pictures from Google, so sorry if they don’t come out so well on the ...
... felt at home. The room was lovely, simple and full of quirky vintage furniture, while breakfast was served on the rooftop with stunning views over the Andaman Sea. Oh, and the breakfast with its homemade jam, croissants and fresh coffee was worth the stay itself! It was really great to spend time in both quarters for the two completely different cultural experiences.
H for Horn Honking
As mentioned before, the Tamil side ...
... nice about it and offered to have them kicked out of the guest house. I doubt that would have happened. They also gave me their number to call if anything happened that night. The guys were obviously guests there too so I was a little worried about having them banging on my door during the evening. But in the end nothing happened and I didn't see them again so that was a relief. Not sure what would have happened but it was weird and annoying that they out their foot in the door so ...