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... family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">Following quick lunch at Kusur, we descended to Kusur village at about 2 p.m. We were to use vehicles to get to Malavli from here, but this was delayed a little and we went to Talpe wadi instead. An occasional distant rumble, that had been threatening of rains for a while was getting louder now. We all geared up for the downpour. It was already 5:30 p.m. and still a long way to Vandryachi wadi, our destination for ...
... injuries had slackened our pace some bit.
It was as if Mother Nature was telling us, “You can’t take me for granted children”! The sun finally set at 7pm and it was pitch dark all around us. There was nothing visible inside the jungle… no routes, no arrow marks, and absolutely no sign of the base camp! All that we could clearly see was “BLOODY HELL”! Some of us panicked, searching for a place where phone network was strong in order to ...
... and try the old "Oh damn, we missed the alarm" trick was very high but somehow managed to fight it. The tour took us to Victoria Terminus Station, Crawford fruit and veg market, and then down a dark alleyway where the guy asked “any of you vegetarians?” On us replying no, he took us into the meat market building (remarkably like Infernos on a Saturday night, smelt a bit better). Vegetarians – I advise you to skip a paragraph now.
The first sight was a ...
At the party, a woman walked up to me and said, “I’m sorry I don’t remember your name, but you look very familiar. I’m sure we have met.” I told her I did not think so because I was far from home. She asked my connection to the family. I tried to explain but did not know all the family connection. However, Appa had been their family doctor, and Shekar had done business with her ...
... were happy!
The caves date back to the 2nd BCE during which Buddhists began their work to create a place of worship and living. The chatiya griha was/is magnificent; the cells where the faithful lived were primitive.
This day was definitely a highlight for me. It reminded me of Chongos in Peru during the 28 and patron holidays -- everybody in the streets (or on the mountain, in this case) having a good ...