Sayaji Hotel Pune
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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She has been feeding me loooooooads, very lovely food, but much more than I usually eat... I'm gonna have to really work hard in that gym! Yesterday we were watching a bollywood version of strictly come dancing, it looked so much more fun!
My tablet currently is not liking the WiFi, so again, I will have to add pics later and send a proper update soon.
I can hardly believe I'm ...
... of breath and tingling digits) I did bring juice and
chocolate. When I explained my problems they checked my oxygen level and…I was fine, above average actually, and my shortness of breath was actually me hyperventilating… I was having a slight panic attack due to the thought of my parents having to spend the night in the hospital! I stopped hyperventilating immediately and we all had a good laugh at that one
and the next day ...
... met Louise from London, a newly-qualified Doctor who was working in the DGS health clinic. She quickly showed us the ropes, teaching us the Indian head waggle (a necessity if you want to get by here) and how to say "Fatima Nagar" (our road name) in an Indian accent so that rickshaw drivers could understand us. She quickly got on board with our group too, even joining the Shantaram book club. Marissa also arrived that week, a Sri Lankan human rights activist who ...
... balance needed to be restored so he took us to Sassoon fishing dock, which again smelt absolutely horrific and was one of the most frantic places I’ve ever been, with people auctioning fish straight off the boat and women sat in groups sorting the fish into different piles while people scrambled through the crowds with baskets of fish propped on their heads. Photos were banned here as apparently it’s where the terrorists in the 2008 attacks entered Bombay (posing as ...
... 8230;I don’t think I felt the need to shower for five days! I also got to visit the Dalai Lama’s temple in Dharamshalla. Its incredible how so many religions live together here… not always in peace but for the most part, all working towards it. And now…I’m back in Pune waiting for my poor mother to arrive. I have one more trip back to Grampari and then only a month left…I fly home June 27th. So, see you all soon I ...