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Journey to Karjat base camp began, and we followed two strange guys who appeared confident of their way back. After 30 minutes of walking, one of the two guys thought that they were heading in the wrong direction. They started to frantically roam around searching for the correct path and we were trying our best to match up to their speed. In this frenzy, we met another group heading back to the base camp and who appeared more confident of ...
... 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 ...
... trees and idling on the water surface of the river. After morning tea, we had a boat ride once again – now on our own without attendant. I and Parth were peddling while Sandhya and Pari managed the rudder. It was a memorable experience of rowing through a misty calm river in the early hours of sun. After this, we were served breakfast of pohe. For bath, there was an old village style water boiler (bumb). Then we went out to the nearby temples ...
... t in the guide book so much and there was no maps. We walked around Neral for a while and our plan was to stay over night. However, there was no hotel....so! Change of plan....we decided to get on the next train and get to Mumbai early. The most exciting thing we saw in Neral were two dogs ...