Soorya Heritage Inn
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Soorya Heritage Inn Pondicherry
Travel Blogs from Pondicherry
... br> Realising, I replied "Oh! I would love to take your photographs!" "Click!"
They smiled and asked, "And what is your good name?"
I told them and asked what their own good names are.
They then asked me about my "place of residence" and ask me what "the purpose of my visit was."
Gold. I'm about to email them the photo; I can't wait for their response.
... in California and I met him in Berkeley when he left the Jesuits and taught in the Unitarian Seminary at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. I did not know him well then, but in 1974 on the very day I was leaving for Auroville, I ran into him on the street and we had lunch together. I heard nothing from him for nine years and on my first visit back in the US, I learned from my cousin that he also knew Vitthal and we went to visit him. Vitthal had started a ...
... point their cheering actually prevented the yogi from carrying out a challenging pose.
The french bakery, Baker Street, was even more amazing than we anticipated. I ordered in French and the food was authentic. After eating Indian for nearly a month, it was so wonderful to have a simple sandwich! We (over) indulged, gorging on desserts: a vanilla and pistachio macaroon, a lemon tart, a piece of cheese cake and a chocolate mousse! We ...
... that was unexpected on our arrival was the weather. We arrived without much ceremony into the back-end of Pondicherry at 5 am, in the pitch black, in a terrible rainstorm. Filthy weather, and cold, for the first time here. We took a tuk tuk to the L'Escale guest house, and were relieved to find that our noisy tuk tuk had awoken the resident housekeeper, who ushered us into the foyer, then upstairs, to the rooftop bar and veranda. This might have been ...
... we would often come across lady labourers carrying heavy loads on their heads in the 40 degree heat. I found it hard walking from one cafe to the next in the mid day heat.
Having sampled many french eateries, we also tried our first South India food, thalis and dosa masalas. In this region the traditional diet is vegetarian, with rich sauces, which were delicately spiced and very fresh, miles away from the indian take aways from home. ...