Travel Blogs from Pune, India

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Shopping - Laxmi Road, Pune, Pune, India travel blog

Shopping - Laxmi Road, Pune

A travel blog entry by pamdoyle

... ;The area was teaming with people.  We went right to the right shops and were done quickly.   We are now preparing to leave India.  We have a 6 pm flight home.  (Can't wait for the BA portion/NOT!)  28 hours and I have a back pack ...

First day in Pune, Pune, India travel blog

First day in Pune

A travel blog entry by jlthatcher

Today we got up and got a driver to take us sightseeing.  We walked around the ruins of a fort, went to the Agra Kahn's palace (where Muhatma Ghandi spent his internment and where his ashes are buried) and then to a museum.  Then ...

The Road from Mumbai, Pune, India travel blog

The Road from Mumbai

A travel blog entry by bigmacx

... to Pune I was astonished at the rate of progress they'd made in the 3 months since I'd been there. Previously the Mumbai to Pune highway would reduce, from a 3 lane modern motorway to a 3 lane farm track in a matter of metres at many points along it's ...

Time is not an issue, Pune, India travel blog

Time is not an issue

A travel blog entry by cbctrips


... mini Taj.  It was a beautiful site.  It is currently under renovation, but will probably be quite breath taking for the next India team in January.  We left the mini Taj gate and made our way back to the Curves van, passing by cows and ...

Day 17, Pune, India travel blog

Day 17

A travel blog entry by fiona.hill.589


... we went to visit some more family friends. They happen to live in the largest military compound in the whole of India, located in the hills above Pune. We drove about an hour of the city itself and climbed the hills. The view of Pune and the mountains ...

Bharat, Pune, India travel blog


A travel blog entry by ana_sharma

Bharat ...

Een week van nadenken, Pune, India travel blog

Een week van nadenken

A travel blog entry by robschepers


... we hier zijn. Wat gaat het toch vlug! En in die 2 maanden dat we hier zijn ook al helemaal gewend aan India. Het drukke, toeterende, wirwarrende, lawaaierige, vervuilende verkeer. De charmante (ahum), boerende, pruimtabak spugende, aan hun zak krabbende, ...

Pune - Back to the grind !, Pune, India travel blog

Pune - Back to the grind !

A travel blog entry by wildgoosechase

Just got back day before and I realized how much I missed this place, inspite of all its shortcomings. It has none of the wonderful houses of London, no great roads and cars, no lovely parks, but it is home. I landed at the Mumbai airport and was ...

My new Home, Pune, India travel blog

My new Home

A travel blog entry by swamimuni


... a rickshaw and went on a 30min journey for 100rupees which seemed like  a bargain I was so glad to have finally got to Pune and to be arriving at the Osho commune I knew this Man had to be interesting he was so controversial,I remember hearing about ...

The train to Pune, Pune, India travel blog

The train to Pune

A travel blog entry by fretdemon


... went. At least these cups were paper and would decompose or be collected and recycled, but from what I have seen so far, India has a huge litter issue; there are piles of rubbish everywhere at the side of the streets, railways and clogging up the rivers. ...

Pune, Pune, India travel blog


A travel blog entry by fretdemon


The train pulled into Pune station where Anna's friend from uni Hayley and her husband Sam were on the platform waiting for us. We didn't see them at first and began to make our way out of the station but they spotted us and called us over. We walked out ...

The ride into town, Pune, India travel blog

The ride into town

A travel blog entry by fretdemon


The ride into town Hayley, Sam, Anna and I decided to go into the centre of Pune, so it was back on the bikes and off we went. The town was a twenty minute ride away. The traffic was becoming more and more dense the closer we were to the main part of the ...

big city - boring city, Pune, India travel blog

big city - boring city

A travel blog entry by kaktuss

The shortes - is the easiest. We came there in the group of 12 bikes. Came to Koregaon park pretty easy (some indians showed us the way). Then need some time to find a good place for liviing. A lote of home-cottages were empty, but they tell prices like ...

Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves, Coriander, Cumin..., Pune, India travel blog

Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves, Coriander, Cumin...

A travel blog entry by sueschubert


... rice cakes that were eaten with chutney and sambar, a grain and fresh vegetable stew.    New foods brought to India by invading peoples changed Indian life style, economy and food habits.  Picture Indian cuisine without the chili, brought ...

Deccan Sultanates, Pune, India travel blog

Deccan Sultanates

A travel blog entry by louis_thailand

... by Arabic music and encouraged by an Iranian friend, Deeply interested in Islamic art and architecture, Staying and studying in Pune, India, I started exploring each and every atom of Indo-Islamic monuments. In summer 2008, my friends and I ...

Week One of

Week One of "The Indian Experience"

A travel blog entry by wchristian

... of Chicago and began my great Indian journey. As noted, I am spending the first semester of my junior year working for Cummins in India. Taz Kadam, a fellow junior at DePauw, is also part of this program in India. We met in the international terminal of ...

hi friend's welcome mandar blog, Pune, India travel blog

hi friend's welcome mandar blog

A travel blog entry by mvm1607

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Superglue and Nerves, Pune, India travel blog

Superglue and Nerves

A travel blog entry by bigmacx

... at the airport all checked in, my goodbyes all said and still no nerves. When I first decided to take the position offered in India I didn't feel nervous or worried, although I seemed to be vaguely aware that I should, after all moving half way round the ...

We're going SHOPPING!, Pune, India travel blog

We're going SHOPPING!

A travel blog entry by jlthatcher

... for Olivia).  I got some earrings, an elephant for Dave Phillips and I got my arm done with the henna decorations that they do in India.  When we got back to the hotel we decided to go down to the lobby and see if we could get into "Sceam", the ...

Museum, the Fort and lunch with Mahesh, Pune, India travel blog

Museum, the Fort and lunch with Mahesh

A travel blog entry by stuffnthingz

... through some family photos and got to see some of Mahesh's mom's jewelry, bangles, and pendants and her marriage necklace. In India you wear a wedding necklace, not a ring. They are black and 24k gold and are exquisite. My horrible morning turned out ...

På väg hem!, Pune, India travel blog

På väg hem!

A travel blog entry by frida_peter


Lars tror att jag bär på någon typ av rese-fö sitter nämligen i Delhi och är försenade igen... Inte så speciellt mycket men risken är att det är tillräckligt för att vi skall missa ...

Bollywood and Taxi drivers, Pune, India travel blog

Bollywood and Taxi drivers

A travel blog entry by adamorjeff


... as I had to shave off my beard, but they did pay me 500 rupees (six quid) and lunch. I am writing this from Pune train station (either pronounced Puneey or Puna) after finding great uncle Frank's war grave, which despite the rest of Pune is a peaceful, ...

Happy Hour!, Pune, India travel blog

Happy Hour!

A travel blog entry by pamdoyle


Each time we visit Harbinger Systems, they have a team building event called Happy Hour.  (If you recall the last time, I was wrapped up in TP and became a mummy.)  This visit we also had a Happy Hour.  In Happy Hour the team plays several ...

KABIR BABA'S BLOG, Pune, India travel blog


A travel blog entry by kabirbaba

This was the first free blog I have ever created.I was just simply browsing on the Web. I didn't find anything to engage myself in. So, I thought of creating a free blog.I created my free blog on 17th August 2009 @ ...

Traffic, Pune, India travel blog


A travel blog entry by fiona.hill.589


I could have written about this in either of the two days, but I have decided to devote an entire chapter to the Indian roads. What an experience they are! The first rule is that there are no rules; however it seems that the more wheels you have the ...

Diwali, Pune, India travel blog


A travel blog entry by valleau


This is kind of like our Christmas. Karina will add more to this but my take is essentially fire crackers throughout the night, over commercialization of a sacred holiday and nicely dressed people. We also saw some great concerts (more on that in the ...

Man VS Food, Pune, India travel blog

Man VS Food

A travel blog entry by mickariane


L'Inde est un beau pays. La culture, les monuments valent à eux seuls le détour. Mais l'Inde est également un bon pays, gourmand et fier de sa cuisine. Ou devrait-on dire de ses cuisines? Nous le découvrons chaque jour, la cuisine varie d'état en ...

In India, Pune, India travel blog

In India

A travel blog entry by openarea


India is a different place, you can feel it with any sens the time you land. I post this long time after the travel so is probably better just to put on some picture and hope I will back there at some point ...

Journey from Pune To Allahabad, Pune, India travel blog

Journey from Pune To Allahabad

A travel blog entry by anuj_wanderer

... at a very young age!It so happened that me, parents and granny decided for a long trip to cover many pilgrim places of North India. We booked our train tickets well in advance. Those days roaming India in long trips in sleeper class for 2-3 days in trains ...

Getting Over A Break-Up: Tips To Move On, Pune, India travel blog

Getting Over A Break-Up: Tips To Move On

A travel blog entry by michaelvick730

Have you simply just buy your coronary heart damaged by way of male which team you considered could be now there available for you for a long time? Do you feel feeling hopeless all night . complications moving forward to following the break-up? Do you ...

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