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Pune is a very large city and it can find many street markets
where they sell fruits among other things, it is a very touristic city as it has many beautiful works
Education, art and music are the basic elements in the city steeped in culture of Pune. The Pataleshwar cave temple, dating from the eighth century and commemorates the god of the underworld, is a marvel of rock-cut architecture. For a panoramic view of the city, rises ...
... punch in – punch out, action packed deliveries, defects and issues, call with clients exactly at the point when you are trying to leave for home, disappointing appraisals, seeing your manager’s weird face day in day out.
Being in the same situation so many times and always dreamt of a place near to my office where I can go and feel good about it. A place very close to Mother Nature with footpaths covered with lush green trees ...
... I am safe. There has never been one moment I felt physically threatened but there has been a few moments where I felt emotionally intimidated. And I think that came to head whilst I sat in a 'familiar' western styled coffee shop in Pune. I had been mulling over some feelings when a song came on the PA system. I had to work very hard not to cry. It was time to go for a walk.
I spent an hour walking around; past the incongruous black marble ...
I'll miss the shower in Nasik. Very original and novel. See the video attached. It was an early start this morning in Nasik; 5am. I had a train to catch at 7.10 and I didn't have a clue on which platform to stand on or indeed whereabouts on that platform. The long distant trains often have twenty coaches and they are all pre-booked so grabbing the first coach, to find you should be in the twentieth just doesn't work. As usual my choice of transport to the station ...
... I met 15 Indian guys!! They were all very nice, and I did go on to a bar/restaurant with a few of them, but there is always a slight discomfort in the back of the mind!
One of the older (and married) guys, Vinod, offered me and another guy called Bharat a lift home... Unfortunately he ran out of petrol on the way! Bharat, having hosted many travellers in his time as a couch surfing member, accompanied me in a rickshaw back to my aunts and then continued to get petrol ...