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Travel Blogs from Pondicherry
På søndag hadde vi vårt
første møte med hele gjengen, før det var vi bare ute i
gatene og titta. Vi bor jo midt i smørøyet, så trenger
ikke gå langt til noe som helst:) Vi fikk masse info og stuff.
Deretter var det avgårde for å finne noe mat:p
Vi Har funnet en veldig bra vegetar/indisk restaurant rett
rundt hjørnet, …
... soda which was amazing and for which I returned the following day. After Kaete had a few boys following her selling her these fold up bracelet things which she showed some remote interest in, we returned to the guest house. It was about 8pm by this time and the cars and autos were settling down a little. After some washing and a little tv, gosh those American crime shows hook you in, I finally went to sleep about 1am. Goodnight ...
... tuks did their best to remind us though. There was no beach to speak of, just rocks, but the promenade was great to walk down and filled up with Indian families and couples on romantic walks later in the afternoons.
We couldn’t escape having at least one thing arranged for us by Aravind and so, early on Sunday morning (much to Tracie’s dismay) we got up to visit Auroville. Dr. V’s belief in and commitment to doing all he could to end blindness ...
... Le Corbusier had a plan for Auroville that only partly materialized. This was due to rivalry between the ashram people and Auroville. In the end the Indian government stepped in to settle the conflict. Chris is also interested in Sri Aurobindo, who was a freedom fighter against the British,
The Auroville charter is as follows and I quote:
- "Auroville belongs to nobody in particular. ...
... to one of the main Indian gods - Vishnu who has an elephant head - there is a story behind that too! Nest we walk through old Pondicherry where the French first established the city And where streets are wide and shady, with names like Rue de St Louis; there are no horn signs and the buildings are European colonial. proceeding to the waterfront a long promenade further reminds us of southern France. Further exploration o the nearby ...