Neemrana'S La Maison Tamoule
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- Continental Breakfast
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... Auroville. This is a commune type place where people's backgrounds are not important. Everyone is welcome so long as you embrace the philosophy. Well being, your inner self, meditation, calmness, serenity etc.. I thought better of getting a signing up card as I would be wondering all the time what I should be wondering about. They seem to be doing alright though as they have a massive golden meditation ball that ...
... was hard... try dancing in it!
We continued through the village, meeting the locals and dancing and enjoying the music. When we returned to the build site the ladies who greeted us when we arrived where there and they blessed us again! We were told after that it was kind of a big deal. Habitat has never seen a team get blessed twice! So we must be something special. But that also puts a lot of pressure on us!
Next was a site orientation ...
... We both were famished. Every bed was full. We stumbled upon a great little place that served up a nice veg pizza for me and a Thai grilled chicken dish for Dave. Just what the doctor ordered.
Since we had wifi there, we were able to research hotels a little further away. Dave was able to make calls as long as he was plugged in to a power source. And after our late lunch, we drove ...
... this morning was the most opportune morning to run out of petrol quite far away from home and as a result I had to push it home though the dusty streets – instant karma I thought for being the noise police! Ha ha!
Early morning aside, the day unravelled to be another spectacular day for us, this one is going to be tough to put into words, but we will try our best…
We had filled in the relevant forms, stood in the right queues, and jumped through all ...
... had a lovely salad lunch there (oh my god, greens!) with juice. Back on the bus all the way to Pondicherry, the largest French colony in India. We did a quick stop at an ashram in the city, where the aforementioned Mother was interred. We then went for a walk along the beach area, which was more footpath, dirt and huge rocks than sand. My feet were sore and I got bored of walking, so I started to head back. On the way, ...