Travel Blogs from Nashik
After missing our first train out of Mumbai we eventually escaped the big city and headed for one of the most holy towns in India 'Nasik'. It's about 4 hours away by train and the journey wasn't without its drama. Once on the train Sarah was peeling her apple with her pen knife. Suddenly out of nowhere the old man sitting beside her grabbed the pen …
... of the largest religious gathering in the world, Kumbh Mela, every 12 years. This particular temple restricts non-Hindus from entering so I admired from a distance, but it the spiritual energy filled the town. So what did I do all day if I couldn't enter this temple? Behind Trimbak town is Brahmagiri mountain, from which the Godvari river begins and flows down through India. When I heard that one could hike up to the top I was sold! It was an incredible journey to ...
... trees have been chopped for the dam project.
... him working with a commercially built tandoor. They were also equipped with an enormous wood fired pizza oven solidifying my desire to one day build an outdoor cooking control center featuring both a pizza oven and a tandoor. We had gone from the wandering the slums of Bombay to living like VIP’s in wine country!
After lunch, we found ourselves delaying our inevitable journey back to reality and budget accommodations by spending the ...
... of lukewarm white, refrigerated red, and super sweet dessert wines in anticipation of filling 50 glasses with barely a splash; all the while ensuring his own glass was half full for each pour.
We braved through the tasting crowd making our way to the enormous outside deck, swarming with more local tourists. Apparently we were the only ones actually staying at the ...
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- Room service
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed