Abhishek Hotel

Address: Panchvati Karanja, Nashik, Maharashtra, 422003, India | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Panchvati Karanja, Nashik.
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      On the winery trail, Nasik, India

      A travel blog entry by roamingmonk on May 23, 2014

      11 photos

      The next leg of our journey was a decent sized one - local bus from Palolem to Margao, hang around their superbly dusty and dirty bus station for a while until our overnight bus came alive, bound for Mumbai (both the driver and ticket guys were asleep in the bus at the back of the dirt parking lot and seemed liked they needed a good few coffees in them first). We arrived in Mumbai in the morning in the middle of nowhere, caught a ...

      The British Code Advertising Practice Bcap

      A travel blog entry by bud83jam on May 11, 2014

      ... your classified. Adzone is really a free classified in Kerala. This online classified allows you to post free ads, trade products, online classifieds, apartments, jobs, film ads and so much more. This Classifieds in Kochi consist of Real estate classifieds, builders, properties, Tours, Travels, Rentals, Hotels, Buy, Sell as well as more. Adzone also provide e-branding, Indian classifieds, Kochi classifieds and free ...

      Vipassana: See how miserable you really are...

      A travel blog entry by alexsadventures on Feb 18, 2013

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... 8216;Your job is to stick a knife into the wound of misery and let the pus out.’ Not much harmony there then.

      To say I had a hard time is an obscene understatement. My body responded with aggression, making me ache all over and spreading a fungal rash over my face, neck and chest (you try meditating while pus seeps from your septic nipple). The act of sitting still day after day was physically torturous enough, but ...

      Love Train

      A travel blog entry by alexsadventures on Feb 05, 2013

      1 comment

      ... are you here then? Why travel to the other side of the world to hang out with westerners?

      It's easy to do, incidentally. I think most of us who travel abroad are guilty of putting ourselves in comfortable bubbles wherever we go. It's pretty frequent on the tourist trail to only talk to waiters, touts and white people. Experiences with locals usually vary from fighting over prices or 'experiencing traditional culture' and ...

      Nasik

      A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Sep 20, 2011

      4 photos

      The train journey was unbelievable. There would be a more orderly queue at a free food counter in Uganda. I made sure Lara was on first before I was elbowed in the face by an old Indian woman a foot shorter than me. It was at this point I saw the bag as an advantage rather than a disadvantage. As my elbows are head height for most people here they also came in useful. Eventually caught up to Laura where she had secured our seats. Did find it quite strange that there ...