Ginger Pondicherry Hotel
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... I spotted two men passed out in front of a wine shop, the fresh vomit around one of them was attracting the interest of a feral pig. I was now really keen to leave.
At the station the single open counter was mobbed and I was not in any mood to be by-passed by the locals. Emitting expletives and elbows I forced myself to the front of the queue only to be told the next train north wasn’t until the following day. We glumly resigned ourselves to a night in ...
... beach was perhaps a little too famous. After waiting for close to 2 hours in the “ferry” line, it was finally our turn to board. When we approached, we realized that the reason for the slow line was that the so-called ferries were just various small boats holding either 4, 10 or 20 people per trip. However, upon reaching the beautiful beach, the long wait was quickly forgotten. We stepped onto ...
... who knew at this point, all we knew was that once again, this place called Auroville was blowing our minds into millions of fragments, mirroring the sacred geometry of this spectacular creation…and it felt amazing. We secretly hoped that if anyone was going to be abducted by aliens via this fantastic vessel, then hopefully it would be us – take us please aliens, bring us hooooommmmeee! Ha ha!
Down the walls were these thin gold channels, carved in to the structure ...
... as you would arrive somewhere much too soon and have to come back again.
But wait, there's more. Unsurprisingly, the rule of threes goes further: we discovered when you go somewhere or if you are have to go somewhere else, there are three kinds of driving to be encountered - unsettling, terrifying and a descent straight to hell.
A month here and many long hours on city, town and rural roads means the unsettling passes ...
... to get all the visa applications submitted – an unbelievably bureaucratic and expensive process!
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Okay, that is not politically
correct, but what we mean to say is that for the first time in a long while we saw quite a lot of Western tourist. Since Varkala about a month earlier, we had been off the beaten track and so had mostly seen only domestic tourist. But now because of the French influence and the ashram ...