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... roll and some chaat for Federica to try (safely) then we went across to our favourite place... Amadora! Being Jens 30th birthday and Federicas last few hours in India, we had a sundae each (like wee needed any excuse) before walking over to Ashmitas house for a goodbye. Naren and Gita had been on their honeymoon in Lakshadeep but managed to come over and meet us before Fede had to go... It was quite funny, as Ashmita pointed out because us westerners were a little pinker and ...
... Dave dropped his phone at a random watch repair guy who fixes phone. "No problem" he said. "We just need to change the connector." "Come back in three hours and it will be done."
For the rest of the day we explored Pondicherry on foot.
Dave went back random watch and cell phone repair feeling optimistic. But no dice. "A chip needs to be replaced and we can't do it", he said. Oh, ...
... on in her talk “so, let me tell you why it’s so difficult for you to get to the point where you are today, and to actually get inside the Matrimandir” ha ha, that made us, and the rest of our group laugh – as everyone there had also had to painfully jump through the various hoops to be sitting under this tree today, hands sweaty with anticipation, holding our golden tickets tightly, so that the mornings breeze didn’t blow them through our fingers, as ...
... serve him with fidelity.
Moved by the tearful appeals, the Lord ordered him to do meditation with great steadfastness taking the shape of peacock on the bank of Varaha near Mailamalai. Nodding, he continued his appeal to the Lord to dwell for ever on the same hill. It was granted. Thus came into existence this Mailamalai and the place called Mailam, for short. The temple atop the hill was built by Pommayapuram, ...
... is only open till 11pm...however on a Saturday night the restaurants and few bars the town has will stay open till...wait for it...11.30pm!! Even after you promise to keep to the rules the staff don't seem to warm at all! We dump our bags and head off on search of food to ensure we're home before the curfew! The following morning we find a cool, cafe with wifi for breakfast. The first non-spicy breakky I've had so far!! After catching up with ...