Annamalai International Hotel
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... bottles but it was a bit of a scorcher. It must have been over 30 but the sun was right overhead.
Todays temple was all about Ganesha son of Shiva. Now if you have read previous entries you will know Lord Shiva has many forms. Well his son Ganesha is also a master of disguise. This temple has over 40 pictures of him with different looks. I noticed who it was though, as nothing gets past me!
... can't be described in words. Tears swelled in my eyes as I looked at the poverty around me and yet I was surrounded by the happiest, most grateful people I have ever seen.
The band led us to the village temple where the children began to dance! Next thing we're all pulled out into the middle of the crowd and we were learning their dance moves. We came no where near their level but we tried and everyone loved it! I always thought working in 35 ...
... reservations so we had to take a chance and just show up. We were told to come back at 8am the next morning to see if anyone was leaving.
We stopped in for a cold drink at a nearby cafe / hotel. They had a non-AC room for $55 - In a pinch, maybe.... In this heat, we wanted our AC.
We began walking into all the villas and guesthouses we came upon while keeping our eyes open for ...
... that dogs love to be scratched in, the ones that make them crane their necks and close their eyes, and a doggy like smile appear on their faces. It didn’t matter so much that the local Indian men were lifting up their skirts and enjoying their morning **** in the fields just behind me, I tried to block this thought out of my mind, and not breath too deeply though my nose! What’s wrong with you people I said to myself! It didn’t also matter that the scooter had ...
... have their own government, and accept all people from around the world. Their principles seem to be based in Hinduism or Buddhism, and after a very cult like introductory video, we walked to a viewing area to see a golden dome, the Matrimandir, the symbol of Auroville and the Divine, and the words of the Mother (not a religion at all, nuh uh). Still, it was a lovely place, and seemed very hippy, into organic, veganism ...