The Dukes Retreat

Pune Mumbai Road, Khandala, Maharashtra, 410301, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Pune Mumbai Road, Khandala, is near Karla Caves and Lohgarh Fort.
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    Travel Blogs from Khandala

    Back to Sanity in Bombay

    A travel blog entry by johneklund on Mar 10, 2014

    8 photos

    ... audio guide with a rather soothing Indian narrator. The museum distilled down the many Hindu gods into three key players: Brahma - the creator, Vishnu - the maintainer and Shiva - the destroyer. The Hindu religion seems very complicated with its many gods and godesses.

    After the museum we made a fruitless attempt to find the Victoria Rail terminus. We ended up going down a rather long row of market stalls - which we later realized was the fashion market - but did not ...

    Meeting point

    A travel blog entry by salilsatpute on Jun 13, 2010

    2 photos

    ... catch a rickshaw from there... We thought about taking tum-tum but then decided against it and took the 7.45AM bus.

    There was no rain for last couple of days. We were already late on the tight itinerary. I was having strange feeling , "will we make it?" ... I was tired and sleepy (due to BBQ adventure the night before)... I dozed off the moment we got on to the bus... no idea what happened on the bus.


    Matheran - Floral Paradise

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Nov 06, 2008

    1 comment, 303 photos

    ... at their optimal best, headily fragranced, with millions of butterflies, bees, beetles, grasshoppers, dragonflies and other non-biting buchees flitting in and out, in and out, in continuous motion. It was impossible to photograph the ever moving Blue mormons and Red Helens, but we did get fairly decent shots of the smaller butterflies and insects. The senecio daisies were now drying out, replaced ...

    Matheran Hill Railway

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Nov 05, 2008

    ... of the district and is considered to be of great value to administrators, scholars and general readers. Print copies of this edition are now out of stock.] "This light railway line was constructed by M/s. Adamji Pirbhoy in 1907 and was worked by an agency called the Matheran Steam Light Tramway Co. Ltd., Bombay. The Government authorised the construction, maintenance and working of the line by the promoter, while Government land was provided free of cost. This line was ...

    India Week 2: Hyderabad ~ Pune ~ Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by aclocke on Oct 01, 2006

    ... had to go up this back alley into this tiny room on the 3rd floor of some kind of apartment complex but with shops. It was an adventure! We got them for the price we wanted so we were pretty happy On the way back to the hotel a man stopped us to see if we would be extras in a Bollywood film tomorrow. We would get paid and we would meet some big stars. We agreed but we had to wake up at 7am to get there for 8 so we went back to the hotel to go to bed. 7am came sooo early. ...