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... place to place, is suddenly possible in India – welcome to the twentieth century !
Today was just to put some distance. The trip meter reads exactly 750 km. Not bad for Day 1.
Every day, I am going to add a "deep insight" on the Indian highways. Today we'll kick off with the dance of the dinosaurs.
Indian trucks are capable of a top speed of perhaps 40 kmph ...
... cream tikka, mutton curry, soups, ice creams and china grass, salads, and more..The Naans here are worth a special mention. absolutely perfect, cotton soft and simply delicious. Vegetarians will be disappointed.
we went to "Tableland" which is a short hike from mala's. It was a wise decision to walk it up, as all the tourists cars and buses had caused a jam, getting there through the crowd ...
Having suffered from hyper sensitive skin all my life, wildlife safaris, dense forests and even gardens have been a strict no-no. A visit to any such place would invariably be followed by a severe allergy attack, a trip to the doctor, the usual 'I told you to avoid going' lecture and a course of medicines to alleviate the reaction.So when a friend asked me to join her on a visit to Kaas- Maharashtra's valley of the flowers, I ...
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 ...
Well after our busy day on Friday a more relaxing weekend kicked off by a visit to the city of Pune which is about a 3 hour drive back towards Mumbai (the road signs pointing to Mumbai did make me a bit sad!). The city itself was on the whole a more organised affair, with bus and cycle lanes and maybe a little less traffic - although going back down the valley had us struggling and sweating in the heat all over again. We found a cute ...