Citrus Hotel Lonavala
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... of doubt. Luckily, this guy was correct. In about half an hour, we did reach the base village from where the hike was to begin till the fort.
Four and half hours of walking had taxed our strength quite a bit but the fact that we still hadn’t started the real adventure (the hike) gave us the courage to continue. By now we were clear that while returning from the hike, we would not go back via the longer Lonavala route but would rather take the relatively shorter ...
... blessings than we could ever give! We started by meeting the children, who ran out quickly when we pulled in. There are currently 49 boys and 14 girls living here, and there is room for quite a few more. We went on a tour of the new dining hall which is almost finished, and saw the construction going on for the girl's dorms. One will be ready in September, and the other will be ready around ...
... be here in just over an hour. Pack your food and beverage, as once you leave the highway, there is nothing available. Logistics: By own vehicle from Bombay: NH3 upto Vashind phata [just beyond Jindal Steel Works]. Left turn at phata. The forest begins just after Dahagaon. By train: Local to Vashind station, auto ...
... near as treacherous as the walk upto the market! The next morning saw us off to Mt Berry, the highest point in Matheran. The trail starts at the Dasturi car park. The initial uphill climb through forest gave way to a steep cliffs edge carpeted in happy yellow daisies with clear views of Neral, Bhimashankar and the Deccan plateau. Several butterflies kept us company. Spotted a large Red Helen, for ...
... the setting of one of my favorite books on the trip, Shantaram by Greg David Roberts. A novel about an Australian con who escapes prison and joins the Mumbai mafia - part autobiography, part fiction. It was exciting to see the restaurants, hotels, and promenades that staged some of the most entertaining literature I've read on this trip. Organized crime never seemed cooler. Just jokin' Mom ; ) Home in less than a month. Rajasthan up next! ...