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... Shankar. Gopalgad was discovered next. This is an old coastal fort built in the Maratha era. A sombre background to all the frolic was the constant spectre of the Enron power plant. Watching it gives a highly peculiar feeling. Although it is partially functional, it is a sad reminder of what could have been.. P.S: Entry to see the plant may be asked at Gate No. 1. We are going to try tomorrow. Beach and more on that ...
Living in Mumbai has its share frustrations. most people chose a getaway close to the city, which offers them a break from the maddening chaos... but most of these will be over crowded on a weekend. not to mention the traffic to get there. If you want a more peaceful and serene experience, Guhagar is the place for you.
Situated on the Malvan belt, Guhagar is exactly 300 kms from central Mumbai (Dadar). ...
... the chef back at the resort. At a small amount the chef cooks the fresh catch to suit your tastebuds.
Another attraction close by is a beautiful Ganesh temple. The view from up there is truly mesmerizing.
Great place to go to unwind for a couple of days.
(tip: avoid weekends as the resort is usually ...
Well this destination is very close to my native place at 33 km. Its a very beautiful beach with white sand and coconut trees. I planned the trip with my brother to visit the place, we used my bike to get there, the road goes through Dapoli city the main town center and the agriculture Education hub of Maharashtra many of the Biggest Agriculture Education colleges, beautiful mountain passing by it was very nice eye ...
... We were mile counting for the last 15 miles. Not much going on and just hoping that Khed had at least a clean room, anything more would be an unexpected bonus. We passed through a grim industrial zone. I had expected to see much more mass industry in India but the agrochemical plant was the first example I had noticed. We rolled down the final 4 miles into town, passing Khed railway station but not finding any hotels. On hitting the centre we spotted a ...