Hotel Shree Panchratna
Travel Blogs from Pune
... twisting men's arms who tried to approach us in the slum, telling me my hairstyle makes me look like an out of date Bollywood actress, and absolutely going for it on the loudspeakers at the rally! Their unimpressed faces when we attempted to put on our own saris were priceless, leading to daily sari-tying sessions and competitions between them as to who would dress us. Living in Pune was definitely made by the people we met inside and outside of work. On ...
... Though Anne and Lucy’s visits contrasted greatly, both visits were just what I needed. I am so lucky to have the friends that I do…you all who read this included!!
So then…yeah it doesn’t end folks…sorry this one is long…I did a solo pilgrimage to the north. A plane, ten hour train and four hour taxi brought me to Bir in Himanchal Pradesh. I just recently returned from this ten day Eco-Architecture and ...
... beyond the sea:
Sophia: Today we finally got to explore Pune but it turned out to be more challenging than I anticipated. We ended up having to walk a mile to get to the post office. The highlight of the walk was seeing a man peeing on the side of the road. At least I got to ride a rickshaw again.
Megan: Wow! Today was amazing! We did the ...
... on myself and others. I learned a new Bollywood dance, and got my sari and punjabi. They're so beautiful! Singing camp songs tonight was probably the most fun I ever had singing camp songs. Thankfully Sarah went to sleep before delirium tonight, but she came close. Still having a great time, and wondering what's next.
PS - The punjabi pants make me feel like MC Hammer.
... words describing our day; I hope you like them!
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Sophia: There is nothing quite like teaching an Indian boy the word "Loser" and having him use it against you. One ...