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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... not to. All in all did not encourage me to visit an ashram and can’t believe so many people go to walk around the garden. On the beach front (it’s not really a beach, a load of rocks next to the sea) there was a cool Ghandi statue. En route we saw some old girls playing a game with shells, Hannah enquired what it was and asked to take a picture but we were greated with a pretty frosty reception.
The houses here are lovely and there is a ...
... Me and Federica arrived in Mahabalipuram on Tuesday night and immediately felt so much more relaxed. Its a small town on the coast not far from Chennai but its a little more set up for tourists, so there were plenty of tourist-friendly eateries where we could find a nice mix of meals. In the daylight hours of Wednesday it was so incredibly hot, but we managed to visit the majority of the key monuments there. Many cave temples and an amazing shore temple. On route to the beach ...
... together they will balance each other out in some way!) we entered the visitors centre where we would first sit with the other lucky chosen ones to watch a fascinating video which explained in more detail exactly what Auroville is, how it came to be, and what aspirations and visions its hopes to deliver. The video was really powerful as most of the footage was from real people living here, from the 70’s to the present day, they explained what it meant to them to live here, what ...
... half the price! So now we can drink twice as many beers!!! LOL. After arriving at our hotel we took ourselves for a walk around the block to find an ATM. Had to walk on the road as footpaths either don't exist or are occupied with motorbikes. Typical of many Asian countries. Back to hotel for a late lunch then rest before meeting up with guide for a walk through the Old French Quarter known as 'White Town'. While the Portuguese occupied the west coast, the ...
... what Auroville actually was, so we decided to go in!
We were again very impressed. Some of the buildings were absolutely amazing and we couldn’t believe the organisation of this community. We saw museums, a cultural centre, a learning centre, the town hall (which housed financial services, housing services, and other services that you might expect to find in a normal town hall) and a communal canteen. It was so impressive to see how this community ...