Le Meridien Pune
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... journey. It was a massive memory with some strong feelings.
It it was extraordinarily useful to get in touch with those feelings and I decided that Pune had nothing more to offer. I may be completely wrong about the ashram; it attracts Indians and westerners alike but for me it looked far too cultish and needy with its easily identifiable gowns. I felt that all westerners were automatically associated with the ashram by the locals; opinions seems ...
... window without a second thought. When I was waiting for the train at Mumbai central yesterday I saw a young mum lower her five year old son off the station platform and onto the railway line to have a ****. I laughed at the time but then I shook my head - don't they get it; if you don't look after your city who will? Talking about **** it took me a while to realise exactly what I was looking at along the railway line at Nasik Station: two distinct lines of ...
David, one of the easiest blogs of the lot...
Jane woke up, ate breakfast, sunbathed for an hour, puked three times then slept all day, puking another two times.
I woke up, ate breakfast, played with the cat, drank tea with ginger, ate lunch and watched an American born Indian comedian called Russell Peters with Pranav.
... I never knew the action was so prolific. I was in stitches after watching Pranav and his friend, Ashish wobbling while chatting, they didn't even realise they were doing it.
Pranav seemed to know everybody so we got chatting to many lovely people. A group of older men next to us joined us for a drinking game and got right stuck in. They were ex army officers (with the best moustaches) and had worked with the British so had played similar games with ...
... Captain Singh who was very helpful including overseeing the process, organising contacts in Chennai, booking us a hotel and even suppling us with a guide to get there!. After a good night away from Mumbai with its unbelievable sights and gut wrenching smells we travelled south towards Pune pronounced puna ! which I keep calling Per Una ( how sad is that!) anyway the driving is going as fast as what is in front of you at the time, which most of the time is a ...