Hotel Surguru

Address: 104 Sardar Vallabhai Patel Salai, Pondicherry, Union Territory of Pondicherry, 605001, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 104 Sardar Vallabhai Patel Salai, Pondicherry, is near Matrimandir.
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      Day 12: Puducherry

      A travel blog entry by williampotter on Dec 20, 2014

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      Early morning, we explore the local temple complex further, away from the group and crowds, bar friendly groups of scarlet-dressed Indian pilgrims. The Varaha cave contains vivid carvings of battle including Vishnu in his boar-headed guise as Varaha. Other temples, such as the Rayar Gopuram appear incomplete, possibly due to the invasion that ended …

      Auroville, a universal city in the making

      A travel blog entry by juleymuley on Mar 05, 2013

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... you can learn about almost anything: sustainable farming, belly dancing, laughing yoga, nonviolent communication, Thai yoga massage, the list goes on. So far, I’ve taken some yoga classes, Nia dancing (SO much fun, kinda like Zumba but with different music and more free form dancing), played the Leela game of life (intended to bring awareness to your life’s path), got a cranio-sacral massage and even had fish eat the dry skin off my feet at the fish pond, hehe ...

      Final Day of 'Teaching' and a Trip to Fort Gingee

      A travel blog entry by talyashalev on Sep 19, 2012

      ... a day trip to the local town of Gingee where we planned on climbing one of the many forts. Gingee is actually pronounced Sin-jee (don't ask me why only the sound of the first 'g' is changed, I have no clue).

      So we woke up around 6 to make sure that we'd start the climb before it got to hot. The bus took about half an hour and then we probably walked for another half an hour to save on a tuk-tuk fare. On the way I also saw my first Indian monkeys who ...