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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we stepped closer towards, well, towards we didn’t quite know what to be honest. Then all of a sudden we emerged inside this huge, gigantic sphere, and only once inside did the size of the sphere really hit us, it was huge! Everything was white, pure white, floors, walkways, the structure itself was pure white, dazzling, cavernous and brilliant. Inside the domes chamber and in contrast to the gold on the outside, the chamber walls had clear red triangular patterns which lit ...
... One of the highlights from our time Auroville was the two-day paper making course, with the legends that were Herve, Jean-Jacques and Maha. The three of them took us through the whole paper making process and we made paper from banana leaf fibres, pineapple and cotton. The best part was on the second day when we got to experiment with all the different fibres and add colour, leaves and flowers to our paper. We are now certified paper ...
... holding champions. The next highest seeded pseudo-deities would be John, Mark, Luke and... Beavis (?). May be misremembering the last one. Hindu's have Shiva and Vishnu as the big nobs with Ganesha, Lakshmi, and Parvatti coming in second. God vs Brahma are the substrate upon which the rest of this mythology takes place. It seems incredibly obvious that the local Christians adapted, consciously or not, their faith to mimic that of their ...
... cities. They're not a pretty sight, tarps and cardboard make up the bulk of the materials used, but others are made from corrigated metal and masonry. They are usually erected under bridges, vacant lots and among groves of trees. No facilities at all! The water comes from faucets in the towns, fires burn for both cooking and heat, with fields and alleys used for toilets. The presence of small children makes the scene ...
... to give Chris a farewell present, an orange shirt. This is a very typical Indian way of saying farewell.
When we arrive in Chennai the travel agent TSI is visible among tens of other Indians holding up white signs for visitors they need to pick up. From now on we are "Mr. Christiaan Minderhoud and party". The name of our driver is Baidu, he hails from Kerala and will be with us all the way to Cochin (Kochi). ...