Soorya Heritage Inn
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... temple ...elephant out the front that I fed and got blessed by him touching me on the head with his trunk ...so amazing So cool to be the only white peoples in the area Evening walk into an ashram ...so tranquil Stroll along the promenade, lovely to see everyone it and about for a sunset stroll !! Well I ordered chicken tikka for dinner, different to Aussie Indain tikka, but certainly ...
... for the first time in India we were not immediately mobbed by auto rickshaw drivers. We had clearly stayed off the tourist trail and - despite my earlier resolve to go down the road less travelled - I decided we should head for the train station and leave as soon as possible.
Once we dragged our luggage over to the tuk tuk stand, the drivers seemed positively reluctant to take our business. We had to up our offer twice until a surly youth agreed to take us. On ...
... 8230;.after jumping though the appropriate hoops first of course!
The next bit is going to sound weird, so please bear with me, we promise that we have not been initiated into any cult of any kind, on any kind of mind altering substances, or drunk (there is no alcohol here, so fat chance of that – could murder a glass of red wine by the way!) but to simply put it, we were looking at what can only be described at the entrance of a giant space ship which has ...
... had a coffee each and my brother had a Bone Vita, which is something like Milo. Nothing beats the coffee in India.
If you are in the vicinity and are looking out for a good place to have lunch, then this restaurant is definitely a great place to stop, provided you are okay with vegetarian meals. The total meal cost us INR 500 .
... they called Pondicherry the french town I can see why. There were rows of blue and white square houses and buildings and lots of greenery, I mean it wasn't France but it was pretty close. The beach was a 20 minute walk away and was beautiful, so clean , the place was alive at night as they shut the main road which runs along the beach, come 8pm it was full of people and stalls selling fluorescent pink candy floss, popcorn and chai tea. It was a wonderful happy place, and ...