Evershine - A Keys Resort
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... is even the slightest of slopes, they can only do 20. So here’s a truck , overladen with a million tons, manfully doing 18 kmph. The truckwallah behind him has got one gram of weight less and his manhood has been insulted at this slow speed. He therefore has to overtake – for he is doing 18.00000000000001 kmph. Off he swings left (we always overtake on the left in India ...
... market, Mala's is situated at a very convenient location, and yet secluded enough. The place is very welcoming, with a lot of trees and gardens within the property, it makes one feel relaxed immediately.
The rooms are basic, but big. Every room has 2 double beds , a dressing table, wardrobe and a tv. Beds r big which offer decent comfort. people used to more comfortable mattresses might find these uncomfortable. The ...
If you want to avoid the crowd you must visit during the week as during the week-end it gets choc-a-block and you wont be able to enjoy the beauty thanks to the overwhelming number of tourists. I wish we as a country would learn to respect and protect nature.
It was disheartening to see tourists littering this ecologically sensitive region, plucking flowers (an absolute No-No) and even stomping all ...
... all over our face and hair, and also maybe we'd won over a few hearts due to our enthusiasm for the dancing (video evidence is available). All of the paths and roads were covered in paint still, the nightly storms that we'd been having the week before having vanished.
When we first found out that we'd miss the Ganesh festival in Mumbai, I was a little disappointed that we wouldn't get to see it but actually I think we've been able ...
... some peace and quiet for a bit.
We motored through the Saturday market crowds at a snails pace to the next site, the Raja Dinkar Kellar museum tucked away in the centre of Pune. It houses a collection of hundreds of artefacts all collected by Dr. D G Kelkar and houses and oddly an impressive collection of ornate foot scrubbers that seem to be pretty famous.
Sunday was spent back in Panchgani, visiting the only ...