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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      Travel Blogs from Nashik

      NH4 the heavenly bliss.

      A travel blog entry by shrikanth on Oct 02, 2014

      3 photos

      ... sides!! The opposite road was closed for repair. Both were at high speeds. Isma who was riding at that time (I was the pillion), made a sharp skillful maneuver and got us out of the head on collision course! Phew! A close call. That too in the middle of nowhere! I told u in the beginning right. That we needed the well wishes of everyone? Well here is why. Then we rode further before stopping at a dhaba for dinner. It was really tasty and had stomach full of it.
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      On the winery trail, Nasik, India

      A travel blog entry by roamingmonk on May 23, 2014

      11 photos

      ... much bigger than a crumpet, all at far from Indian prices. Wines were serviceable as mid week quaffers but we couldn't recommend a visit here, especially after the others we'd seen.
      Overall though it was an absolutely brilliant day - and something so different to all the other stuff we'd done in India, great company, good wines, and we were a fair bit squiffy by the time we got back.
      Next morning, tongues stuck to roofs of ...

      Vipassana: See how miserable you really are...

      A travel blog entry by alexsadventures on Feb 18, 2013

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... 10 days I have been in total silence, practicing a form of meditation developed by the Buddha while he sat under his bodhi tree. He decided that all of life is suffering – and we can never be happy until we accept that fact. Our problems, said the Buddha, are not caused by external factors but by our reactions to them. So then the only way out of misery is to learn to observe our every sensation with detachment - that way we ...

      Love Train

      A travel blog entry by alexsadventures on Feb 05, 2013

      1 comment

      ... what they need to do, but it doesn't stop them from being beautiful.

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      On that positive note, I have arrived in Igatpuri (the scene of my initial food poisoning disaster) for a Vipassana - a 10 day silent meditation. I've heard lots of scary and beautiful things about it but I've tried not to think about it too much. I feel pretty calm and settled in my head right now so hopefully the time is right. Wish me luck. xxx

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      Day 134: Wine Tasting...In India?

      A travel blog entry by gascon on Jun 26, 2011

      15 photos

      ... 8230;he had a cross tattoo to back it up.

      The weather was noticeably cooler here and the farther we got away from the chaos of the city, the more it reminded us of wine country back home, minus the trash scattered along the side of the road. There were rows upon rows of vineyards, with several rolling hills in the background. We finally saw signs for Beyond ...