Centurion Spring Hills Holiday Resort
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The last couple of days I've been getting orientated, sorting out my new Indian phone no (i'll add on facebook) and searching for malaria prevention... Savitri is a doctor and worked as a GP for many years in London, so she was surprised when I told her I had no tablets for the areas of India I plan to be... So far I haven't even seen a mosquito, but they are pretty dangerous round ...
... returned to sea level.
Dad returned to the states safe and sound and then mother and I have been busy busy with our last two weeks. I had a summer camp to teach at, Ellora and Ajanta caves to visit, friends to spend time with and say goodbye to. I just walked to the milk shop and got my last bag of water buffalo milk in order to make my last batch of Chai. I got my favorite breakfast, kitchory, from the street breakfast place and ...
... the necks of chickens one-by-one in a slow, measured, almost menacing way (not fully beheading them as it’s not Halal) and throwing them into a basket. There were literally hundreds of them wriggling about. Through the next door were hundreds of guys sitting on tables and hacking up meat. Bones, meat, blood everywhere, and the most overpowering smell I’ve ever experienced before. We were wearing flip flops at this point. Lovely.
We quickly moved on to look at ...
... 8230;I don’t think I felt the need to shower for five days! I also got to visit the Dalai Lama’s temple in Dharamshalla. Its incredible how so many religions live together here… not always in peace but for the most part, all working towards it. And now…I’m back in Pune waiting for my poor mother to arrive. I have one more trip back to Grampari and then only a month left…I fly home June 27th. So, see you all soon I ...
Another city done and dusted. I must say that while my stay in Pune (often pronounced Poona) has been short lived, it has been a refreshingly pleasant experience. I use the word pleasant, as opposed to a more emotive adjective, because Pune is, well, understated. It is a bit less ‘in your face’ than other cities I have visited. Rather than offering me a cheap ride or trying to sell me something, people here have, for the ...