Thursday, October 12, 2006

Pune, India: Our First Day

Pune, India: Our First Day
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We made it to India (Pune to be specific)! It's a damn long flight, but here we are. Enjoy the evidence of our first day.

22 comments:

Dave Toole said...

Thanks for the Pune view. I hope your trip goes well and is filled with great experiences. How's the food?
Love the view.

ontheroadtoruin said...

Woo Hoo! You made it!! Keep posting--it's funny, The view from the apt could be anywhere--Calif, Italy--it was hard to tell it was India. The street scenes were more typical I guess. But I thought it would seem more crowded. That's probably just a stereotypical remark, huh?

Verdi said...

Wow! I'm so excited and I haven't even left my chair.

jonny goldstein said...

Love that knife sharpener dude.

Chris Daniel said...

Good to see you both made it there safely! I bet you're tired.

cheryl said...

I WANT the blade sharpening bicycle. I am so glad you are safe and sound, and I'm thrilled to be seeing vicariously through your eyes. Request: get a chai tea. I know an Indian woman and she has the most amazing stories about chai tea from street vendors, and I'm dying to see it on video. Thanks for your post. More, more!!

pancakes said...

Video blogging certainly takes a person places. Wowza.

Cuoredifango said...

This is a good reportage, very nice and most of all interesting video

Pierre said...

That looks intense. Just be sure to take your time, immerse yourselves in the culture and be safe!

Laurie of Dad and Laurie said...

So interesting and I can't believe you posted so fast after such a long trip. I loved the blinking light on your face in the night of the flat tire, and the birds flying off the balcony overhang, and the woman riding side-saddle on the motorcycle going down the street. Looking forward to seeing more! Have fun! Learn to sharpen things on bicycles!

Jean Dunoyer said...

Hey Ryanne:

The YouTube story is captivating, I thought maybe you might be involved, are you? Whaddaya think? Where are you in your vlogging quest.

Jean

dunoyer@rcn.com

ashe said...

wait, you're in india?

Andy Carvin said...

Pune's a nice place, isn't it? I still like Bombay, but Pune's just a bit more easygoing - and less humid....

If you bump into Brangelina please tell them I said hello.

JuanFalla said...

Cool.

schlomo rabinowitz said...

Great stuff!!

And the more I play with the larger size the more I like it. I'm glad you are doing it. It feels "better" to me than 16x9 for some reason.

On another note, this popped into my head while typing this: I'm so jealous about the large amount of different curries you get to eat!!

Enric said...

Thank you for keeping me up to date with your work. Keet it up!

Mike said...

Oh flat tires... it wouldn't be an adventure without them :) Or I guess I should say... I can't seem to ever take a trip without getting one.

It's look beautiful there!

Eddie.com said...

So rad, so jealous! Yeah, bring back one of those knife sharpening bikes.

missbhavens said...

fuckin' A!!!

This is so very exciting.

Okay.

Now start eating some supercurries and vlog it!!!

Carl Weaver said...

This is incredible. Ryanne, you summed it up perfectly - "I don't know how to put it into words." Anyone who has gone somewhere so different knows what you mean. I can't wait to watch the next one!

Steve Woolf said...

cool, i'm in india! oh, wait, no I'm not. but I FEEL like I am...

Levois said...

OK they need lights on that highway. That's scary!!!