Sayaji Hotel Pune
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... avoidance of eye contact; I felt afterwards I treated the devotees as lepers.
This was a big low point - a reality check on my journey through India. I managed to get in touch with a few memories that contributed to my mistrust toward the devotees ... it was a very big memory from my teens, a fleeting contact (five minutes) with a Hari Krishna guy whilst walking to a motorbike show in Birmingham. At the time it left me feeling very vulnerable; ...
... become! Surely there is more to life than the internet.
But im not going to allow that to get me down. It's my first full day in Pune. I had a great nights sleep and a good breakfast with a very nice attached restaurant.
Today is relaxation day. I'm booked for tonight but I'm may stay another couple of days. It's the first time I've seen westerners in numbers; I think I need that at the moment. Every day is new and as a consequence requires ...
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.
... on a large lot of land. Business is clearly going well for Pranav and his family considering the house includes a large gym, indoor cinema, walk in wardrobes in every room and a server room. He also pointed out where they are planning on building the swimming pool. As well as large showers in each ensuite bathroom there was also a screened outside area, so that they can take a rain shower. Pranav pointed out what would be our spare room when we next visited, even the ...
... language on an iron pole from the 4th century. The minaret in the center of the complex was started by Qutbuddin Aibak and completed by his successor Iltutmish. It is 73 meters high and 14 meters in diameter at the bottom and 2.5 meters in diameter at the top. The minaret is connected to a mosque. The first mosque built in India built to commemorate the end of Hindu rule and the start of Muslim ...