Neemrana'S La Maison Tamoule
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... what you like and it’s all an experience as the shop assitants become
your fashion advisors, choosing from the trendy to the terrible. It doesn’t
matter how it looks as long as you buy it J Fitting it into our bags is tomorrows problem!
Tired and bored of
shopping its chicken masala time before our post dinner masala chai from a
street vendor. The masala chai is even spicier than the dinner…yum!
... roofs that are vulnerable to natural disasters and allow for poisonous critters to get in and threaten the lives of the families, including the children. Almost every year the huts have to be repaired. Most of the families work as laborers or in the service industry nearby.
Habitat has partnered with another organization, REAL - Rural Education and Action for Liberation. The families are receiving financial help from this organization in order to ...
... People were flooding the seaside promenade and it all just felt very relaxed.
The train journey had been fun, sharing a carriage with a family who, despite communication barriers, were incredibly interested in our story and teaching us some basic Tamil words. Tamil Nadu sounds very exotic to me and this language will come in handy for both Sri Lanka and Singapore too. There was a wise old Indian traveller who joined us for a few games of cards, and we utilised ...
... hoops to get ourselves a slot for a short meditation or "concentration" inside the spectacular Matrimandir dome which is the centrepiece of Auroville. And this was the day that these two lucky brit travellers were going to get inside, and into the heart of this place to see for ourselves what the fuss is all about.
After grabbing a quick coffee to shake off the lack of sleep and gobbling down a tasty vegan muffin (I know I know, coffee and vegan food – well maybe ...
... hard to hide an elephant so we just assumed that due to refurbishment it has packed its trunks and said good bye to the temple.
We enjoyed our visit anyway, observing all the rituals and buying flowers and coconuts as offerings. However, we did find out from another travelling family a few weeks later that the elephant was indeed still there giving blessings, it must just have had the day off when we went!
F for French ...