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

    Pissing in the wind

    A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Mar 26, 2015

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    I made the very foolish mistake of booking a train ticket with out checking exactly what I was letting myself in for; in other words no air conditioning and second class. Now I have made an effort not to rely on the AC since I arrived in order to acclimatise as much as I can but this train journey could possibly take it to the extreme. Im sat in my allocated seat and I have a three hour journey ahead of me and I'm in a mobile chicken shed made of corrugated ...

    NH4 the heavenly bliss.

    A travel blog entry by shrikanth on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... thing I missed out on telling is how we deceived our parents. We had told we were going to Shimla by train. So we had to be careful. So in the beginning we deiced to tell our parents that we have less charge in phone and would contact after reaching delhi only. But we would obviously need to tell them atleast once or twice where we were currently. We had a master plan for that too. We pulled out the timetable of Rajdhani Express and found out where it would be and ...

    On the winery trail, Nasik, India

    A travel blog entry by roamingmonk on May 23, 2014

    11 photos

    ... t a patch on the first two places though. We left Sula, the big boy of the wine industry until last, mainly because we heard they had a decent restaurant. It was more the commercialised Disneyland Experience than anything else we had seen, filled with well heeled Indians - the place to be seen. The restaurant was closed so we opted for the bar area, with such delicacies as frozen shaped chicken nuggets (we kid you not!) and lame ...

    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 ...

    The Best Chicken in the World

    A travel blog entry by gascon on Jun 27, 2011

    15 photos

    ... an auto rickshaw back to Nashik proper. Within minutes, as we turned off the country road, we were smacked with the realities of India and all that accompanies it. We were dropped at our modest hotel and paid a reasonable fare, significantly less than we had left for the scam artist that brought us to the winery.

    We had arrived just before dark and we were shown to an absolutely horrible room by anyone’s standards, let alone by ...