Annamalai International Hotel
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Early this morning I walked down to the coast to see the fishermen come in with their morning's catch. We just saw one boat arrive and the young fisherman had just 1, but quite large fish which would fetch h a good price. The route today was south along a scenic road which crossed a number of canals and wide rivers. Tress lined the roadside and the …
... making wind turbines. http://www.auroville.org/ We will spend a month there.
My favourite things about India so far: food, nearly all the restaurants are vegetarian and delicious. The other thing I love is all the animals everywhere: cats,dogs, lizards, cows , goats, chickens and humans :)
The thing I like the least is the traffic. Horrible, horrible traffic worse than even Bolivia and Cambodia combined. Always honk , screech beep beep , survival of the fittest.
... from my friend Wei - where she lightly palpated my body, and I felt deep waves of relaxation cascading through.
After Mysore, I headed across to Chennai on yet another night bus from where I caught a connecting bus to Pondicherry - a sweet town of French colonial heritage. I was couchsurfing with Rob - a diving instructor - and arrived to a house full of divers, cats and dogs and kittens who peed on my lap at least twice. I spent the few days there mooching about with ...
... a market cafe for dinner, and they were delicious. After a lazy couple of days in Pondy, enjoying the joie de vivre around the canals (sewers) and parks (actually very pleasant!), we anxiously awaited our fate at the station, in the hands of the Indian Railways gods, on the baffling wait list for the overnight train to Bangalore. The train reservation system is very complex; there are many types of wait list and passenger quotas, and all ...
... something about introspection. I’m here to question my own life, my own motives. My belief in God is shaky at best. I am here to learn something else. My hopes are to gain a perspective in these moments of song and worship that aren’t found while sitting behind my computer screen.
I think of the life that’s left behind. Who I am today is miles away from the TJ people saw off around the pool table. And yet I’m remarkably the same. I’ve ...
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From the lobby to the rooftop this hotel is an experience to be enjoyed.
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