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... found a noodle and momo (steamed yummy dumplings!) place for lunch (mom’s appetite only craved noodles so we found a place up a winding spiral stair). Then to bed again for the rest of the afternoon…we were so tired. On the third day we ventured out with a taxi to see the countryside and two monasteries. The monasteries were amazing but mom had to take it real easy again on this day and didn’t get to climb the stairs of ...
... made worse by a flat tyre halfway) and a 6-hour drive back, they had an excellent time exploring the beautiful caves set into the mountainside, adorned with intricate ancient paintings and carvings. Delirious from the heat, they lay on the cool cave floor in hysterical laughter, whilst the security guard watched on, bemused. Sadly Marissa had to go back to Sri Lanka, and Louise's placement finished before ours so we bid them a very sad farewell. However, we continued ...
... line and my pants fluttered down to me) I then was lucky to have my phone in my bag which was on the floor next to me so I called my friend. She did not pick up. A few moments later she texted me: Hey, is it an emergency? I’m on a first date…I calmly texted back: yes, it is an emergency!!! My friend North’s date had a car…how lucky for me and once panted, I was able to scoot myself down the stairs to my landlords apartment. I knocked ...
... and it was awesome! So sad we are leaving Sangam but excited for what is ahead!
Autumn: Pune Challenge. What can I say. It was so hard to ask people for directions. Lunch was delicious. I got soaked. Warli Art was hard. We went to Neewa's house and her husband and daughter entertained Georgie, Alyson and me. It was great. Today was wonderful overall.
And another day at Sangam - thankfully this one involved actually staying at Sangam, which allowed us to catch up on sleep (or rest...)! We did some sort of "Leave Your Mark" session for Sangam (everyone did something different), we received our saris and punjabis back from the tailor's (THEY ARE SO COOL!!!), we watched a procession of a festival (and were watched), and we enjoyed an ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking