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- 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 ...
... but a little worse than Mexico. Finding wifi connections is not easy in budget hotels, at least a wifi that connects. The best bet is more western style cafes which are popular with westerners and middle class Indians alike. For some reason I could not connect with my iPad but managed to do so with my antiquated small Acer laptop which I brought along solely for writing. It's remarkable how lost I felt when I couldn't connect with the Internet ... what a crutch ...
... 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 ...
I am writing today's entry with great difficulty owing to the fact I can't remember it too clearly.
Pranav gave us a shout at 1000 for breakfast. Omelettes, bread and curry pasties.
We went for a drive around Pune and to see Pranav's new house that was still under construction. Like his current house it was in a gated community however this was more rural, sited on hills overlooking the city. The house itself was quite large ...
We made it to Pune today! It was Republic Day here in India. Many things were closed. We were still able to see the Qutub Minar Archaeological Park in New Delhi as well as the Lotus Temple. The Qutub Minar Archaeological Park was very cool. From the 1200 on. There were Hindu, Sikh and Jain religious monuments together. Building with no mortar is better than building with mortar. Sanskrit is the ...