Annamalai International Hotel
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... Delhi to see friends and go on a meditation retreat. After I’ve had a chance to see everyone I’m planning to fly out to Vietnam to teach English for 6 months. I will wait and see what the retreat brings though because I often change my mind! I think I’ve mostly summed up India so far. We have a lack of photos at the moment, mostly because we’ve been so busy and caught in the moment we haven’t had a chance. I’ll try to be better with writing from now on ...
... and walking on the beach. We found a delicious seafood restaurant on the boardwalk to eat fish, prawns, and calamari while watching the sunset.
Day 2: The next morning we woke up early to head to Pondicherry’s infamous Paradise Beach. When we arrived at the ferry station, we discovered that ...
... or the software does not work as intended and quite frankly is ineffective. The Indian folk then get the sack (after painful performance management which is costly, time consuming and principally ineffective) just in-time for the next intake of graduates to fill their boots. I was over in Chennai interviewing and training managers years ago, and needless to say I was not appreciated for asking probing questions about how the system is flawed, and also enquiring as to why ...
... of Pondicherry there is a lovely park. It is beautifully maintained and as per custom many Indians enjoy a kip there under a tree or on a bench. However, as usual the playground wasn’t maintained and was furthermore not shaded at all, so the girls were a
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Pondicherry was more than just pretty buildings and flowers. We were impressed with the random street art we found here and there, ...
... On the 9th I hire a bike for 75p and cycle twelve kilometres to visit Auroville an 'ideal' town founded on the concept of 'world unity' and 'peace'. I navigate my way through the pot-hole filled roads, with motorbikes travelling the wrong way and cows wondering around. Really anything goes on the roads. I pass through a small village and all the children I pass shout 'hello - how are you?'. At the visitors centre there's a corny video about the founding of the community in the ...