Hotel Dee Cee Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... even if they are in a backpack. We gave up on seeing more of the temple and headed to the car. But not without stopping to try and buy a fan made of peacock feathers for the asking price of 150 rupees ($2.44). The bartering wasn't going well and our driver, Ramesh, suddenly showed up out of nowhere (thank you, Lord!) to rescue us from being ripped off. He told us it was worth no more than 50 rupees ($0.81). Our lowball offer was ...
... 2000 people from different parts of the world. Solar power played a large part in their work, and they even installed solar systems on local homes. We saw a medium sized solar farm on our walk through the Auroville grounds. The goal of this walk was to see the Matrimandir. This is a large squashed sphere consisting of over 1000 golden circular discs. Inside there are several chambers, including a central chamber for focused concentration. The centre of this chamber is a ...
... and pretend I wasn't in India for a few hours.
Most days ended with a walk along the beach once the sun became less fierce, checking out fishermen working on their nets, kids playing cricket, and cows lolling amongst the beautiful coloured boats.
Before long it was time to pack up and get to Chennai for the flight to Delhi, and the next chapter of the trip: Rajasthan.
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... each stare is penetrating, intense and frankly its unnerving, and as you sit there minding your own business, people will come right up to you, look over your shoulder and stare at what you are reading or writing, oblivious to any concerns for privacy you might have. Safe to say I have mastered the art of zoning out my peripherals, I look straight ahead and pretend that the 50 eyes on me aren't really there. Although there are times when I'll be sat somewhere and ...
... wouldn’t even be able to enter a gas station without shoes, here people ride motorcycles and scooters with no shoes, no big deal. You see school children walking around. Some have shoes on, some don’t, no big deal. You see people walking around on the streets, some have shoes some don’t. And the people that do wear shoes, wear sandals. No socks and tennies! (Let me put this into perspective even more - I ...