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Travel Blogs from Pune
The last couple of days I've been getting orientated, sorting out my new Indian phone no (i'll add on facebook) and searching for malaria prevention... Savitri is a doctor and worked as a GP for many years in London, so she was surprised when I told her I had no tablets for the areas of India I plan to be... So far I haven't even seen a mosquito, but they are pretty dangerous round ...
... whose family has
been my rock in Pune and she one of my best friends. She has the most wonderful children andneighborhood for that matter! My yoga teacher Veba, my friends at Kalpavriksh (especially Meenal and Shiba), Chandrakant, Danishta and her family, my massage therapist Rangana from Burmaand Bhupendra the front desk guy at 4 Fountains, Siddarth the chief and ownerof Le Pleasir, the waitstaff at Archana’s in Tourshibaug and ...
... about India before we arrived, with one traveller even saying "India stands for I'd Never Do It Again" but despite the heat and chaos, we'd definitely disagree with them based on our experience so far! We're very sad to leave Pune, not helped by the fact we're about to board a 14 hour sleeper bus, but also excited about getting back on the road. Onwards to Hampi, Goa and Kerala! Stay tuned for Ailie's instalment about our week 'holiday' to Rajasthan and the Taj ...
... let me go back to the weeks prior to mango ripening when Anne and Erin visited. Moments before boarding their flight to India, I called to say our vacation would be slightly altered an account of having just stepped on a glass and cut my foot so badly I had to go to emergency room to get 4 stitches. It had been a really hot day, I was a little out of it, feeling dehydrated and about to take a nap when the incident happened. When taking a nap one tries to wear ...
... words describing our day; I hope you like them!
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Sophia: There is nothing quite like teaching an Indian boy the word "Loser" and having him use it against you. One ...