Hotel de Pondicherry
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Travel Blogs from Pondicherry
... Wooooaaahh and to think its so close and I just looked it up. It could have been anywhere in this enormous country and I could have chosen any day to search for the details. Kooky and exciting. We walked to the garden restaurant for dinner and enjoyed a lovely and expensive dinner in a nice garden setting. It wasn't all that expensive, but not too cheap either. After dinner we returned to the guest house, watched a bit of tv and packed our things before going to bed. Goodnight French ...
... providing the same level of care as those who pay. 30% of patients need to pay in order to cover the costs of the other 70% and to maintain a sustainable model. It does high quality surgery at high volumes and as such its doctors are among the most productive in the world. Aravind surgeons average around 2000 cataract surgeries a year compared to an Indian average of 400 and a US average of under 200. Not only this but the quality is not dented by the high volume - its ...
... has a full tank of fuel and just needs me to load up and start riding again.
The humidity is starting to build up and the monsoon is clearly heading this way. Given the water damage to the impulse the last time I think it very wise to try and keep a few days ahead of it.
Safe healthy and continued happy travels to those I've met here - you know who you are!
... out besides returning to the US. Thank you in advance for any ideas!!!
As always...if anyone out there wants to know more about something or just wants to talk, email me at email@example.com!
I'll upload ALL the pictures from this trip and a few from before I left in the next couple of days. I need to find another charger for my phone (which has most of my pictures on them)
Until next time,
... back into their hiding spots. The sea air filling my lungs, the smell of fish washing up on shore, the sweat trickling down my back, the unified yelling of a crowd at work; it all sinks into my skin. For a moment, I feel the pride of movement. There are only a few seconds of experience to be had, but I revel in what I can. Never thought I’d feel so strongly over pulling a rope.
When it’s ready for launch, my hand is shaken and ...
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