The Richmond, Puducherry
Travel Blogs from Pondicherry
... 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 ...
... with the trainees often asking for a 'master instrument builder' —possibly we had to wait that long that this wandering abbot from the Rockies had to step into our workshop, to find one of these precious connections . . . Music and its humble servants—and the Eternal Player!Aurelio brought me this shakuhachi. It was cracked completely through from top to bottom. I’d never seen anything so badly destroyed. I told him that my shakuhachi was also ...
... and later that evening Claudia was kind enough to take us out for Christmas dinner. Finding an appropriate place for such a dinner was easier said than done but we had a really nice evening enjoying our final night in Pondy.
On Sunday, Denise had arranged for us to move to an amazing forest retreat just on the border with Auroville called Inn Pondiville. Set up by a lovely Indian couple who were previously in finance and advertising, this retreat was seriously first class ...
... appear that I will now no longer know how far this trip will be unfortunately. The required part is in Delhi and I did comment that I could ride there and back quicker!
Still, I am going to visit them again tomorrow (that plan might now have changed) and will help with the spannering of the headstock and maybe try and strip the sensor down. They even told me how much the item was but I laughed and said 'new bike - 3 months old - ...
... Sebastian. We bought a movie to watch later (only 2,50kr but of course it's a pirate copy! And you never know what kind of quality you get...)
Marisel and I delivered a dress and some skirts to a couple of tailor guys in the streets, to make it a perfect fit and fix some tiny holes. Very efficient and good sewers. And it only cost like 12kr! We wanted to check out the Lakshmi elephant, by the Ganesh temple. A famous attraction in Pondy. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility