Hotel de l'Orient
Travel Blogs from Pondicherry
... be for those who seek them, and even then, only around half of people will ever find theirs. I discovered that they were held in a temple in Tamil Nadu. Oooo this is exciting, that's the state in which we are in at the moment. I then researched further and found the area where the temple was. And this next bit freaked me out a little. The temple was situated less than 30kms south west from where Kaete and I were heading to tomorrow; Chidambaram. This meant that it was in our ...
... case study on their business model on how they operate and how they have become so successful, representatives from the NHS have also visited on several occasions to see how they can replicate this model in the UK, Bill Clinton, Larry Page and other influential people have also taken note of its work. So why is this eye hospital so special? What is their business model? It's a non-profit organisation with a mission to eliminate curable blindness. It treats poor people for ...
... them for their company and hospitality. The hotel here really ought to be renamed Hotel California and I could quite easily see myself happily kicking around here for several months. Given the fact that whilst here I was starting the owner's newly acquired Royal Enfield for him I thought I might get offered a job, Yes A JOB Mr Jones, a JOB!!!!!!
Anyway, the mighty impulse ...
... a job that I can do online from anywhere in the world. I would like to make $150-$200/month. I don't foresee myself needing any more than that. That's actually more than I would need come August, but the extra money would help me afford the new visa and the trip to Nepal to obtain it.
If anyone out there has ANY ideas PLEASE shoot them my way. No matter how ridiculous or out there, I need help. I'm in dire need of income and have been racking my brain trying to ...
... a bit late in the evening. Bus ride from Villapuram to Pondicherry worst ever, super aggressive – at one point we contemplated getting off the bus. Again the freakin bus attendant didn’t give us back our change (4 rupees, not worth the fight). One good thing, we ate these really good Indian stuffed pastries we bought at a bus station, they were filled with egg and curry. Once we arrived in Pondicherry auto ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility