- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I calculate at least a two hour wait. A security guard asks us for 100 rupees which we pay thinking this is the fee to return down, but at once he marches us to the front of the line and it’s clear it has been a baksheesh transaction. Our new friend scrambles to join us and even tries to give the security guard a ten rupee note but he is deaf to her pleas and pushes her back into the crowd with his lathi.
We catch the train the following morning to ...
As others had to run next day we reached hotel and started preparing to go to bed, when Firods and I decided to go to beach road again. Though we were sleepy we decided to take a walk to beach. It was an amazing view of moonlight shed across the sea and the waves hurtling towards the shore. We quickly grabbed our coffee and just sat back to enjoy the view. Around midnight we reached back hotel and slipped into sleep.
... 8211; what a sight to show off to us, the lucky chosen ones. All the hoop jumping, patience and form filling sure did pay off, hoorah, take us to your leader!
The inner chamber was again exquisite white, floor, ceiling, walls, everything. The circular room occupied the top maybe 5% of the dome’s structure and was around 30m high. Pure white pillars, 12 in total to mirror the lotus flower petals ran around the room in a circle, set forwards from the walls, looking like ...
... t pestered by people selling puppets! Which was a bonus. We were craving some western food, and found a dominoes and had pepperoni pizza :) After a good night sleep we headed for the beach again, but stumbled across an internet cafe , we managed to organise transport and hotels for our next destination Chennai. Pondicherry is a lovely stop over place, not much touristy stuff , but a lovely place full of cafes and beautiful buildings, I'm glad we didn't skip it. Much Love Han ...
... One of the highlights from our time Auroville was the two-day paper making course, with the legends that were Herve, Jean-Jacques and Maha. The three of them took us through the whole paper making process and we made paper from banana leaf fibres, pineapple and cotton. The best part was on the second day when we got to experiment with all the different fibres and add colour, leaves and flowers to our paper. We are now certified paper ...