The Centurion Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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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 ...
... 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; ...
... 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 ...
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7. Mix in coriander leaves.
8. By this point, keep going until the sabudana is soft and the dish is hot
9. Serve directly onto a plate/ bowl and enjoy
... and our gas canister was empty, but overall, we've been pretty happy with it. After we were done unpacking, we realized one important thing. We had no idea where we were, and we had no food. We knew we were near a grocery store, but we were without a map and means of communication. After an interesting journey filled with a lot of turning around and quarreling about what direction we needed to go, we finally resigned to asking a rickshaw driver ...