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... bouquet of flowers, was the most beautiful sight ever. We finished our shoot and bid goodbye to Pune. But Pune wasn’t going to say goodbye. We yearned for some freshly brewed beer on our way back. We were to reach the expressway, but ended up in Pune city and were very close to The Brew House at the Corinthians’s Resort.
My first experience of tasting freshly brewed beer was a wonderful experience. We tasted 5 different varieties until we ...
... the sign who gave Ken his phone to speak to the driver. The driver was the managing director of the trekking company whom we had been corresponding with so it was good to hear his voice. Soon after we were on our way. Our fatigue contributed to the attack on our senses that we felt driving through Kathmandu. Motorcycles, cars, buses, buggies, people coming and going from all directions; horns beeping, temples, monks, dirt and dust everywhere, ...
... Staring is not considered to be rude.
· Although there are always people sweeping and cleaning, nothing ever truly seems sanitary.
· If you order a drink or an appetizer, it may arrive after your main course.
· Indians don't appear to have much road rage and drive slowly but, despite ...
... my pictures and experiences. So, I will start with my journey to India which was an interesting experience of its own. It took a full 24 hours to travel to India passing through Manchester, England, Doha, Qatar, and then Mumbai, India. I arrived at 3am but after getting rejected by immigration officers (one who wouldn't allow me through due to an incomplete hotel address on my immigration card and another who was unhappy with a tear in my card) and the ...
... us toward the "foreigner" ticket window
This foreigner ticket window is ONE window, out of over 60, in a room on the second floor, with no sign pointing you upwards. However, we got there, and Nate braved the line THERE. Turns out that you have to complete paperwork by hand, of course, including passport #, address, etc., as is becoming the usual for all forms here. Turns out, we were lucky that we didn't need photos of ...