Blue Country Resort
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... in the year 1829-30. In old records it is mentioned as Malcolm Peth, but in practise today it is known as Mahabaleshwar.Added to the scores of magnificent scenic "points", the perennial springs, streams, and waterfalls of Mahabaleshwar plateau, with its year round superb climate, drew the English and others to Mahabaleshwar. By the end of the 19th century it had become an attractive popular hill station of world ...
... is even the slightest of slopes, they can only do 20. So here’s a truck , overladen with a million tons, manfully doing 18 kmph. The truckwallah behind him has got one gram of weight less and his manhood has been insulted at this slow speed. He therefore has to overtake – for he is doing 18.00000000000001 kmph. Off he swings left (we always overtake on the left in India ...
... heading straight for the destination. The drive was really nice, considering most of it was on Mumbai-Pune expressway, its not a surprise. The going was slow once the uphill climd for Panchgani started. The diwlai holidays had attracted many tourists, which made the going a bit slow.But all in all, a good drive. we reached Mala's around 130pm, just in time for our lunch.
Just 5-10 mins drive from ...
... time of day to visit was early morning so we could witness the sunrise over the plateau. Hopefully I will be able to on my next visit. Even though it was September, the weather was cool and fog was a common occurrence.
There is no mobile network at Kaas (a blessing perhaps since you dont have to endure jarring ringtones of random people). So if you are travelling in a group make sure you don't go astray. You can ...
The week of Ganesh festivities has continued! We had the most amazing feast on Wednesday, a bit of a change from the usual veg curry and rice so we all had seconds and thirds and then spent the rest of the day in food baby agony as we'd not eaten so much for a long time (well since Mumbai anyway...) On Thursday we were invited to another families house for a slightly different celebration of Ganesh's mother, so this meant it was a celebration ...