Oakwood Premier Pune
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I guess, bar a few exceptions, most travellers hit a low point. I hadn't expected it to be so soon after only a week but I did so in Pune.
I think I was coming to terms with some aspects of India and it's culture: the dirt and grime, human faeces on the rails, war zone appearance, scams and so on). The unconditional friendliness that I have experienced with hellos, and nods and smiles, photos taken of me with Indians has not been enough to reassure ...
I'll miss the shower in Nasik. Very original and novel. See the video attached. It was an early start this morning in Nasik; 5am. I had a train to catch at 7.10 and I didn't have a clue on which platform to stand on or indeed whereabouts on that platform. The long distant trains often have twenty coaches and they are all pre-booked so grabbing the first coach, to find you should be in the twentieth just doesn't work. As usual my choice of transport to the station ...
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.
... with a Bollywood theme. It sounded brilliant, we had to go.
By 1700 we finished up our drinks and headed next door to a lovely green outdoor bar area with the people we'd met at Arc Asia including the MC and Ashish. Things got silly, the tequila shots started to get dished out. Jane remembers counting nine which explains why, as I write this, she is currently in bed, having already been sick three times and is not feeling well at all.
Pranav tells me that ...
... know how much to add of each ingredient because the dough will form. Let sit for ten minutes. Then roll out your chipatis but first with a small ball of dough the size of ping pong ball, flatten it to the size of your palm. Then dap some oil on it. Pinch two of the sides together to make a bow tie or butterfly and fold the wings on each other. Then roll it (adding flour to the rolling surface and to the chipati) out into a circle if you can. If ...