Soorya Heritage Inn
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... the entrance to the space ship, sorry dome, and there we were, standing barefoot on the hot ground, looking up in awe, group in total silence, thinking…..is this where it all ends….or where it all begins….? Then we stepped inside….
The disciples of Auroville, silent and knowing guided us down some stairs and into the lower interior chamber, asking us to walk in single file and maintain silence, they knew that our Matrimandir cherry was about to be ...
... photos, but we have not had wifi since Goa and do not expect to get any until Sri Lanka, we are using the data on our mobiles to have internet access and putting photos on would decimate any data I have left. So lots of phots will be added when we finally get wifi!
We haven't taken many photos here either, so I'm afraid it's just a wee flavour of the market really, I fully expect we will make up for this in Madurai! ...
... him straddling us on the bed. Any shred of dignity we had has now been lost, and childbirth will be a doddle! Whilst all this was going on, Papa G was being beaten by a Russian man and Mama G was being stretched, pulled and dragged about by a woman in water. An odd experience had by all! Another slightly odd experience came when we were invited to a pre-engagement party in the local village. Upon arrival we were presented with sugar to eat and ...
... out the furnace that is a South Indian afternoon we set out to see a couple of the more significant sights in Pondicherry. The Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ was... well... interesting is a component of the emotion experienced. It is an incredibly gaudy pink structure with white highlights, festooned with brightly painted statues of the saints and jeebus. A multi-tiered throne of iconography dominates the centre of the ...
... some dirty work for them as he has not worked for many years but is still paid and will continue to be paid for another 5 years. He has travelled the world and tells me a story of when he was 45 meeting a 19year old girl in Tibet who wanted to cross the border- he assisted her to do this. We enjoy a few drinks and then head up town for a dinner. A local shop selling chicken rice does us. Back to the guest house, I am tucked up in bed by ...