Bajaj Highland Retreat
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... 8230; ghabaraaye!" “Tum toh thahere pardesi… saath kya nibhayoge!”)) Ha!
It turned out that we had now walked for about four hours and there was still no sign of the base village. Now, we were tired and bored of this plain walking. Throughout this journey, we have been misguided by people. Meanwhile, another passer-by told us that we were now only half-an-hour away from the hike. Our tired legs begged for authenticity of information but our minds ...
... propensity to be shocked before it just all kind of washes over you in a blur of randomness.
Nevertheless, it’s been a great week, despite the palpable sense of the rains closing in (cue frantic road/drainage works on every street) and experiencing some of the most haunting smells and sights of my life. These were mostly self-inflicted and experienced on Sunday, when I was up at 5.30am for an organised cycle tour of Bombay with a friend. The temptation to hit dismiss on ...
... array of options in entertainment, sports and hospitality, Lavasa is a destination for residents, tourists and businessmen alike. (info from Lavasa website)
Mulshi is the name of a major dam on the Mula river located in the Mulshi taluka administrative division of the Pune.Water from the dam is used for irrigation as well as for producing electricity at the Bhira hydroelectric power plant, operated by Tata Power Company ...
... Knowing we couldn’t go back down the mountain in the night, we decided to just go to the pre-wedding party. It was our hope that there someone would be able to give us information.
The wedding is a huge event with about 1000 guests. It stretched over two days. The bride is South Indian and the groom is North Indian – two different cultures. So, in the mornings, they are observing South ...
... the deviation and told us to follow the road which looked like going on other mountain... this time nobody questioned and just started walking....9.00AM!
Road turned out to be the correct one!
So at the end, we realized that the white arrow was pointing right direction... we found the arrows every now and then through out the trek and we followed them blindly. Whenever we were lost/confused... we searched for an arrow and we found one!