Travel Blogs from Pondicherry
... dividends. To put it in hellishly boring business jargon.
Pondicherry is actually famous for pizza. An ex-French colony famed for Italian food. Go figure. We chose to go to Café Xtasi despite being drawn to Domino's like moths to a greasy flame. We made a good decision as the crisp wood-fired pizza was indeed ecstasy. You know what a good pizza tastes like I don't need to describe ...
... Zen fabels .He practiced daily his Tai Chi small form which I thought he had picked up from a contact with Gia Fu Feng, and from that time of the Community in Northern California might have been also his play of the shakuhachi, saying that he probably got it somewhere around the Bay Area. He was not a hard learner/practitioner and in-between picked up his recorder to play some Irish Tunes. But, possibly through his clerical background had also a focused seriousness ...
... her body in order to become what she felt was the first of a new type of human individual by opening to the Supramental Truth Consciousness, a new power of spirit that Sri Aurobindo had allegedly discovered. He considered her an incarnation of the Mother Divine and called her by that name: The Mother.
In the mid-1960s The Mother personally guided the founding of Auroville, a township endorsed by UNESCO, which was to be a place "where men and women of all countries are able to ...
When being ill (as a few reading this may know) I am far from quiet and this vocal explosion is difficult when attempting to also hold your regs in your mouth. I bobbed around for a bit before telling the others to head on down the line and I would move down slowly once sorted out. Suffice to say that didn't happen and my sea legs didn't appear.
I remained in the water until they surfaced about 50 minutes later and took guilty pleasure ...
Sebastian and I had breakfast at The Pasta Bar Veneto (while Marisel was at school). Not that far away form our guesthouse. It was good good! We stayed there for a couple of hours, just talking, listening to music and playing backgammon.
After that we took a walk around the city and
explored some new parts. We love walking in to furniture stores with lots of old, huge and wonderful handmade furniture. Know we can't buy, but hey, window shopping's fun too.
We met ...
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