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... on the left of the road). Both lanes are now blocked for the next 46 kms which is the distance it takes for the
0.000000000001 kmph difference in speed to finally show its impact. Meanwhile all of us behind have got a ringside view of this dance of the dinosaurs.
We’re left staring the truck’s delectable backside sporting “Horn OK Please”. Honk. Honk !
... heading straight for the destination. The drive was really nice, considering most of it was on Mumbai-Pune expressway, its not a surprise. The going was slow once the uphill climd for Panchgani started. The diwlai holidays had attracted many tourists, which made the going a bit slow.But all in all, a good drive. we reached Mala's around 130pm, just in time for our lunch.
Just 5-10 mins drive from ...
... of white flowers at one end while blue and purple flowers seem to seamlessly intermingle with one another at the other end of the plateau . The sight reminded me of the famed tulip gardens of Holland but Kaas is different.
For one, the variety found on this plateau is mind boggling! Secondly this is a natural phenomenon which lasts only for about two to three months. Come November and these flowers will have all ...
... festival, and it closed with a huge procession that started in the main hall of the hospital and then the Ganesh statue was transferred to the back of a pick up truck loaded with massive speakers and decorated with streamers and branches of leaves for a tour around the hospital wards and then out into the village and up to Tableland. What started off as a sing-a-long and a dance turned in to a full on carnival- the music was cranked up ...
... our longed-for proper coffee and obligatory slab of cake and then went in search of the 'truest version of ourselves' at the OSHO international meditation resort. What the lonely planet guide assured us was a ten minute silent tour of the venue turned into an awkward chat with the man on the front desk, a guy from LA who had lived at the resort for the past 20 years and said that we all looked "really beautiful today" in that American ...