Blue Country Resort
Travel Blogs from Panchgani
... on the ground floor and they run a restaurant there as well. They have rooms for rent on the first floor. The room could have done with some more cleaning especially with the linen(which we didnt use).
After freshening up, we set off for a walk toward the Arthur's seat point. There's a forest check point at the start of the road where vehicles have to pay a tax to the forest department. ...
... direction to the Dabdabai at frequent intervals and we showed which waterfalls we wanted to go to in the book to some of the locals so they could guide us.
Finally we spotted the board and the arrow saying "Dabdabai". Dabdabai in Marathi means waterfalls.
The book told us that we had to walk 0.5 Kms to the waterfalls.
We asked some locals, who either dint want us to go or were not friendly were not willing to give us ...
We had reserved this day to do the sunrise at Kaas and then take a launch to the Koyna backwaters and the forest reserves beyond.
We left our homestay by 6, cos it was cloudy and we expected a late sunrise.
As we drove to the plateau, we could still see the clouds. so we were sure we wont miss anything. WHen we reached half an hour later. the sun was out.. no it was not a proper sunrise.. it was look am out :) the ...
... back to the house. A little about the house. The place we stayed is a nice brick house about 10 kms from the Kaas plateau. A simple place with just one hall and one room.
Mohan , the caretaker cum cook was staying in the building right next to ours.
We freshened up and went straight to lunch.
The most amazing lunch I must say. As we were enjoing our lunch, it started to rain.. Rain turned heavier and in no time we were experiencing a Hailstorm...yes ...
... We parked on the side of the road. The weather alternated between clear, overcast, misty to
slight drizzle. It was refreshingly cool and fresh and we enjoyed ...
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