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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was the entry to the notorious Osho Ashram (a very cynical write up in the Lonely Planet's India guide) and on, looking for a tree to hug in the much vaunted Koregaon Park. Unfortunately all the trees were hidden behind large fences and no go signs.
On my return to my digs I was approached by a beggar lady and walked within close proximity to two maroon clad devotees of the Osho Ashram. Both of which I did not react well too: curt language ...
... extra thought or some emotional processing - my barriers are still there whilst I clue in on the good the bad and the ugly. In fact I'm pretty chuffed with myself. I've had one or two moments where I have had to seriously own my power and have done it well and appropriately. So being around westerners, I think, helps to provide a little familiarity, a comfort zone that is not too challanged. However, particularly in Pune my awareness and radars remain on full ...
... we just have to chill out, it's not a bad thing. I don't think we could have handled a third night of partying with Pranav and Jinal.
In the evening Pranav's parents arrived back from a wedding so we all had tea together, even Jane made it. It was lovely to meet and stay with such a welcoming Indian family. We had had a lovely ...
... had a walk in wardrobe. Pranav came out with the quote of the week "we will need two more maids for the new house because four won't be enough." I don't blame him though, if we could get maids for 30p/hour we would do the same!
We picked up Jinu (Pranav's fiancé) from her parents house on the other side of town and headed for brunch, at Pranav's favourite Sunday place, Arc Asia. For just £11 there was lots of food and free flowing wine, Budweiser and mojito from 1300 ...
... and video of my friends and I rehearsing for our Bollywood Dance at Ami's wedding. These were received with interest, and the last, amusement.
I then packed up my stuff, to get ready to go. Jijoy, Karma and I got on the bike, and went up to a Hindu temple on Parvati Hill. We climbed the steps, gazed out to the horizon, and took our shoes off at the appropriate times.
Earlier I had been describing how the young people at Ajanta and Ellora were interested ...