Neemrana'S La Maison Tamoule
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... together they will balance each other out in some way!) we entered the visitors centre where we would first sit with the other lucky chosen ones to watch a fascinating video which explained in more detail exactly what Auroville is, how it came to be, and what aspirations and visions its hopes to deliver. The video was really powerful as most of the footage was from real people living here, from the 70’s to the present day, they explained what it meant to them to live here, what ...
... back to hotel and ordered room service! Long time since we have had to do this. Think our guide is a bit slack!! Will have to mention this on feedback. After lunch up to the roof top pool for a dip and now writing this as we wait for the guide to arrive to take us on our walk. Back from our 2 hour walk. Exhausted! Depressing to walk through the streets with derelict houses and rubbish piled up everywhere. A few houses have been ...
... had a coffee each and my brother had a Bone Vita, which is something like Milo. Nothing beats the coffee in India.
If you are in the vicinity and are looking out for a good place to have lunch, then this restaurant is definitely a great place to stop, provided you are okay with vegetarian meals. The total meal cost us INR 500 .
On arrival we were greeted by some more greedy rickshaw drivers who wanted 250 R for a journey we knew was a kilometre max. Now it may only be £2.50 but I came to India because its cheap and I'm on a budget of £10 a day and the more important point is they were deliberately ripping us off because we're white and travelling and that should make us millionaires that OWE it to them. Well I'm not and I don't, we soon discovered the real fare (well ...
... peace and progressive harmony above all creeds, all politics and all nationalities." It was inaugurated in 1968 in a ceremony in which representatives of 121 nations and all the states of India placed a handful of their soil in an urn near the centre of the city. Auroville continues to develop and currently has approximately 2,100 members from 43 countries, though the majority consists of Indians, French, and Germans.
Phew! Thanks, Wikipedia. Pretty intense stuff.
So I ...