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... br> So – this was really what we were here for! After months of airy sliced white bread for breakfast we were now surrounded by fresh baguettes, coffee, croissants, pain au chocolate… – it was like waking up in bakery heaven! The first morning we set out to get breakfast in a bakery and had a carb feast that lasted over 2 hours. We left joyous and covered in flaky crumbs.
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... also chained and had a guy sitting on top of it with a hook. I didn't go inside the temple but Kaete did. She said it was nice and there were a lot of beautiful statues inside. After this we walked back down to the beach and sat by the water for a little while. During this time I googled the ancient palm leaf scrolls that Marc is insisting I go to. Somewhere in India is my scroll which was written over 2000 years ago and has my destiny on it. Ok I am a little intrigued, but it could ...
... park for the majority of our time there. Next on the list was a trip to a place called Auroville, which was close to Pondicherry but on the way back towards the hotel. Auroville is a spiritual community which has been designed for up to 50,000 people to live in. We watched a short introductory film and then walked a kilometre (a chipmunk was spotted on route - we are not sure if it was Alvin, Simon or Theodor) to the viewing point of the huge giant gold lotus flower at ...
... in the Life of Pi, and, in digitally remastered form (ie relocated to Hollywood), in the film. I warned Lynds that it would be a dump, given that it was in the Bazaar, and so it proved. None of the warmth or character of the coffee house in the book; just a basement den serving dreary coffee, like a tuk tuk driver's canteen.
Dinner tonight was at La Maison Rose, our poshest dinner yet. I had steak, served French style, and Lynds had a ...
... Road has a 'canal' at the center. I expected it to be beautiful, but was disappointed to see a small open drain running in the center. However, the trees on both sides made a lovely house for the Kingfisher to stay.
I remember seeing the railway tracks from google earth and thought that it would be difficult to cross them, but they are part of the tracks that are no longer in use and you can cross them easily by foot or by vehicle. ...