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Pune is a very large city and it can find many street markets
where they sell fruits among other things, it is a very touristic city as it has many beautiful works
Education, art and music are the basic elements in the city steeped in culture of Pune. The Pataleshwar cave temple, dating from the eighth century and commemorates the god of the underworld, is a marvel of rock-cut architecture. For a panoramic view of the city, rises ...
Everybody must have heard one quote in their life time - Start small and Think Big. I am trying to do exactly the same.
Well few days back something happened and it transformed me to chase my dreams of doing something in Travel and Food. I am still trying to figure out what that "Something" is but in the meantime “Start Small” is to start writing a blog. At least a try ;)
This is dedicated to all my friends who are working ...
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 ...
Riya was taught this recipe by her friend. I've since looked into how other people recommend making it (see link below) however below is how I was taught to make it. It was a very tasty Indian dish I'd never tried before, so I'd recommend giving it a try if you can find the ingredients!
Sabudana (aka tapioca pearls) should be left to soak ...