Neemrana'S La Maison Tamoule
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... beach was perhaps a little too famous. After waiting for close to 2 hours in the “ferry” line, it was finally our turn to board. When we approached, we realized that the reason for the slow line was that the so-called ferries were just various small boats holding either 4, 10 or 20 people per trip. However, upon reaching the beautiful beach, the long wait was quickly forgotten. We stepped onto ...
... with their variety of flowers, shrubs and trees, one's attention is greatly drawn by this important and powerful feature at the heart of the city which was seen by the Mother as the "symbol of the Divine's answer to man's aspiration for perfection" and as "the central cohesive force" for the growth of Auroville.
The spacious Inner Chamber in the ...
... seemed to have so much cash to splash on their buildings, PR events, advertising. Even the notion that would the student fee’s not be put to better use elsewhere like curriculum development, or indeed lowered as to extend the opportunities for education to those who perhaps could not afford it….? Some institutions will take decades to change, but change is inevitable I suppose, or at least I hope so. The British colonisation, and the East India Company certainly do have a lot ...
... discovering the neighbourhood even more interesting.
R for Riskshaws
We have tried many forms of transportation and the girls were eager to add a cycle rickshaw to the list. On one hand feeling guilty about making an elderly man pedal so *********** the
other hand knowing that this is his living we decided to pay one generously for a short ride.
S for Sea
We hadn’t seen the sea for quite a few weeks ...
... The place does seen pretty tranquil for India away from the noise and traffic where people can practice yoga and mediation. The founders transformed some of the wasteland into a forest after learning irrigation techniques. They have community outreach programmes and sustainable power sources (India is a great place for solar energy). There's also the usual alternative ******** you'd expect from this kind of 'hippy' place, homeopathy and alternative medicine and people ...