Centurion Spring Hills Holiday Resort
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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 guess, bar a few exceptions, most travellers hit a low point. I hadn't expected it to be so soon after only a week but I did so in Pune.
I think I was coming to terms with some aspects of India and it's culture: the dirt and grime, human faeces on the rails, war zone appearance, scams and so on). The unconditional friendliness that I have experienced with hellos, and nods and smiles, photos taken of me with Indians has not been enough to reassure ...
... platform. Easy. This time, instead of traveling second class with no solid windows I opted for air conditioned chair and glass windows.; apparently very popular with back packers for the long haul. They are still relatively cheap at 450 rupees (£4.50) with reclining chairs and cool air.
I'm in Pune and the train was a breeze. But as it turns out there is often something to whinge about and what a palaver it is! The Internet here is significantly better ...
... named Gadag which housed many windmills and a huge statue of some political leader.
Everything was new hence exciting. Further we reached a town named Koppal which housed a huge and well built bus stand for the state transport buses. This was the place from where the landscapes started changing. We saw Hills in red colored stone. The stones were huge. This was a hint that we are nearing Hospet. And it was confirmed when we crossed the Tungabhadra Dam.