Hotel Sai Moreshwar
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... We serve both modern and traditional Indian cuisine as well as Continental dishes to suit each of our distinguished guests. Our experienced Chef is always on hand to discuss your dietary requirements and to impart his culinary knowledge. We also have a restaurant with the finest quality food at reasonable prices that suits each of our ...
After an 8 hour journey we arrived in Shirdi, home of Sai Baba and a recommended place to visit. When we arrived we checked in our hotel - a hotel that is part of the 'Best Western' chain, and we then went to the temple straight away. We then spent some time wondering around the market, browsing the various stalls, before making our way back to the hotel for some food, and to have an early night. ...
... where all 500 line up in rows and sing for about 10 minutes at 11:00AM. We happened to be in the middle of a testing session when prayers started and all of our subjects stood up at the same time and bowed their heads during the national anthem.
After lunch, I was pulled aside by one of the professors, who took me outside to meet a man. The professor spoke a little English and explained that the man had traveled with his daughter from a town 100km ...
... evening, as we were leaving, Anil said in complete seriousness that he was going to find an Indian girl to be my wife and that she would travel to the US to marry me. I insisted that he didn’t have to while the other Americans laughed at what I had gotten myself into.) We were taken up to their roof and served the hearty meal by Anita in the cool open air of the night as we sat Indian style on mats with the pulsing sounds of the festival as our orchestra, ...
... stories of buses no doubt.
When we arrived at Shirdi it was absolute bedlam, a crazy cattle market. We were the cattle up for auction I think. Because we were only passing through here we had our packs with us, clearly we didn't know where we were going and had to battle through torrents of touts wanting to sell trinkets or provide us with VIP access to ...