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... I am safe. There has never been one moment I felt physically threatened but there has been a few moments where I felt emotionally intimidated. And I think that came to head whilst I sat in a 'familiar' western styled coffee shop in Pune. I had been mulling over some feelings when a song came on the PA system. I had to work very hard not to cry. It was time to go for a walk.
I spent an hour walking around; past the incongruous black marble ...
... platform. Easy. This time, instead of traveling second class with no solid windows I opted for air conditioned chair and glass windows.; apparently very popular with back packers for the long haul. They are still relatively cheap at 450 rupees (£4.50) with reclining chairs and cool air.
I'm in Pune and the train was a breeze. But as it turns out there is often something to whinge about and what a palaver it is! The Internet here is significantly better ...
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.
... was driving, and using the the full power of the 3 litre engine so standing out of the sun roof was a ridiculous idea. I should also have been more careful considering an old school friend died when the car he was in rolled and he was out of the sunroof at the time. We did have a great blast, the highlight being when we passed a police car who gestured at us to get in, then Jinu put her foot down to get away from them weaving in and out the traffic. Thankfully we lived to tell the ...
... Not that I know much about the genre, but I thought it was impressive.
We then took the short walk back home, and I packed my bag for the couple of days away to Aurangabad. Soorej came back soon after, and the two us took an auto (tuk-tuk) to our bus stop.
We had a late night roadside omelette and then got into the sleeper bus when it arrived. We
had our little cabin, closed the curtain, and rumbled along for 6 hours to arrive in a new city ...