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... 2000 people from different parts of the world. Solar power played a large part in their work, and they even installed solar systems on local homes. We saw a medium sized solar farm on our walk through the Auroville grounds. The goal of this walk was to see the Matrimandir. This is a large squashed sphere consisting of over 1000 golden circular discs. Inside there are several chambers, including a central chamber for focused concentration. The centre of this chamber is a ...
... the sentence is just mind blowing.
So next time you are here, be ready to ROFL. (Rolling On the Floor, Laughing)
The pilot announced that we are about to land in Chennai and the next moment I was glued to the window, I had never seen Chennai from clouds.
I must say namma uru Chennai looks beautiful from clouds.
08.39am sat in chennai airport waiting for our flight to Sri Lanka!! We got served our breakfast at 6.30 this morning which was lovley as before!! Chennai is mental in the morning!! Be glad to get to Sri Lanka now!!! Went off in security as ever so got checked by a very scarey military woman who stank of bo!!! Report back when we ...
... Bhaskar and see some more of the children at Rescue and Restore. Whenever we visit there are always 2 or 3 young men running round doing errands and jobs. We got chatting with Balush who is now 24 years old (see picture with Terry). He grew up at the home and then trained as a lorry driver. He now has his own lorry and when he is not driving spends time with his 'family’ at the home and helps Bhaskar out.
We also met Shaik who ...
... t speak the same language. I’m never quite sure if they’ve actually understood me or what the end result is going to look like. The one good thing about not having much hair and keeping it fairly short is that generally they can’t go too wrong. Although it may be slightly longer or shorter than I’d hope, I know it will always grow back … eventually! This particular barber went for the shorter option compared with everyone ...