Soorya Heritage Inn
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... up a local vegetarian “hotel” for lunch I got sucked into their “special” meal. I didn't regret it, but I think my stomach now has stretch marks. It certainly felt like giving birth later on the next morning. No need to thank me for that image. On that note it's interesting that I haven't suffered the infamous Indian ring sting. The food has been spicy, but ...
... Madracara with Danaan Parry and Rabiya (who later came to Verite). They had moved out of this community and dissolved it because it had been so successful and they had a peaceful rhythm with nature, but the rest of the world seem to be in such a serious crisis that they had to lend their energies to doing something about it. Danaan founded Earth Stewards which became an international organization together with Rabiya who then shifted toward the Sufis. Vitthal came to ...
... internationally endorsed ongoing experiment in human unity and transformation of consciousness, also concerned with - and practically researching into - sustainable living and the future cultural, environmental, social and spiritual needs of mankind.
Who is Sri Aurobindo? In the briefest terms possible, he was an Indian nationalist, freedom fighter, philosopher, yogi, Maharishi, guru and poet. While living in Pondicherry (1926-1950) he evolved a new method of spiritual ...
... to scoot around a bit.
Initially all was good but then I started to feel the oh so familiar sensation of sea sickness. I don't always suffer with this but when I do it's usually not good. The small boat combined with a VERY noisy and smelly outboard soon had me green around the gills. The Bay of Bengal wasn't rough rough but it had a decent amount of swell that had the front end bouncing up and down nicely.
We sat bobbing around on the water for ...
... well as the promenade outside and cheap ice cream! Bonus.
Pretentious Pondy is divided into two by a road (actually an open sewer). Eastside, on the coast, is Ville Blanche the old French enclave. Westside, inland a bit, is of course Ville Noir, the old poor servants area: the only ...