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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Oasis Pondicherry
Travel Blogs from Pondicherry
... pretended to walk through an airport several hundred times over and after a long day had made some new friends. We forgot to check the movie out at the cinema so we don’t know if our clips made it in!
The next few days was the worst place we have ever been in our lives. We headed to Chidambaram because it was half way to the orphanage we planned to volunteer at and was known for a nice temple. The entire experience was bad from start to finish, we looked at around 10 rooms ...
... along the rocks and down this “beach”. After a morning of people-watching and traversing the shore, we changed locations and headed to Serenity Beach. I was so thankful to see miles and miles of sand as we drove up. We swam in the clear, and somewhat littered, waters, stopping only when my legs tangled with floating trash-bags just one too many times. The rest of the day was spend ...
... and it was overall an incredibly respectful, insightful and thought provoking and intimate event to attend. We didn’t feel out of place being the rookies to such a thing, nor did we feel overwhelmed with mumbo jumbo, and put our points across, from our perspectives, free of any one singular god or predetermined system of belief. Hopefully our ideas landed well with the group, we think so. One lady was very articulate in saying that for her consciousness is ...
... Shaff ended being arrested for his wayward Child Protection enforcement.
N for Nirvana
Besides being the highest state of enlighten, Nirvana was the name of one of the very funky retro style souvenir shops in the French quarter! We went to a restaurant after buying our first
Indian souvenirs from Nirvana and whilst looking at our newly purchase tea tray with a picture of two Indian men with 70s style moustaches and hair styles ...
... to the 'French quarters.' According to our lonely planet guide to South India, Pondicherry was under French rule until 1954. It still has this architectural vibe to it, with yellow mustard washed colonial style buildings and shady streets. Apparently some people still speak French here. That's apart from the French tourists! After a little look around at overpriced rooms, we decided that it was time to have a tea. So we found a ...