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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... hot this side of the country and although
the driving was a lot safer we had no escape from the intense oven, hot
temperatures. The last 2 hours of our trip
he lost his sense of humour; I on the other hand had a very amusing team-wee experience
that helped me keep mine. Half way through our journey we stopped at a road
side restaurant for a pit stop. It felt like we were in the middle of the
... 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 ...
... House. Mother was the chief disciple to Swarmi Aurobindo and, using the funds of her well heeled Parisian family, she was basically responsible for growing the ashram and Auroville, which the town is famous for. We actually arrived on The Mother's Birthday and devotees swarmed the streets near the Ashram to gain tickets to see the place where she attained Samadhi (I think that means the place where she died). The queues were round the block so instead of joining the masses we ...
... is in their reality and how the place came to be. Watching the video made things personal and it was good to hear from real people and to get their different opinions and thoughts on full time living here. By the time the video had finished we were sitting on the edge of our seats and wanting more, we were stoked up and now even more eager to get inside the Matrimandir than we had previously been!
We would, of course, have to wait a little more, the foreplay of the ...
... we stayed in the Coramandel Guesthouse on the 'horn honking' Tamil side. A basic but very nice heritage guest house with very friendly and helpful staff. But when our 5 days were up, we decided that rather than moving on we would relocate to the French side for another 5 days as we weren’t quite ready to leave this colourful town. We found a lovely - although still pricey for our budget - guesthouse “L’Escale”, where the ...