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... more minutes they buy us some shots. It's weird this bar because when you order a shot it comes either in a double or with 2 shots. Over the next 45 minutes we order each other about 8 rounds. I'm taking a Malibu rum sort of shot with Felix and Vince and Cisco are taking whiskey. I get up to take a **** and realize just how drunk I am. We order some more food and share with the guys. Felix ends up so drunk he can't stand up so he sleeps for an hour or two then goes to ...
Ratnadurg Fort is major attraction in Ratnagiri.
The beauty of the fort is quite superb. In the year 1670, the Maratha leader Shivaji conquered the fort from the Bijapur ruler Adil Shah. In 1790, one Dhondu Bhaskar Pratinidhi rebuilt the ...
... through the early morning Heavy vehicle traffic which was pretty slow going considering it was the National highway. we drove at an average speed of 50-60 kms per hour till the sun showed up. Once the morning light took effect, we could easily maintain 80-100 km per hour mark. At about midway, 140 kms, we stopped for a quick breakfast at a place called "Hotel Ganesh Palace". they served only vada pav, tea n coffee. in ...
... so we turned them down. Luckily one of the other travelers, Misha, was clever and found a bus that would take us there, but it would take another hour or so. It was a bumpy ride, but the moon and stars were so bright! We finally arrived around 11pm and found a nice hotel right near the beach.
The next morning we walked down to the beach and got some breakfast at a local restaurant. It was a pretty sleepy little beach town and we spent most of the ...
... but once knowledge is shared, the people themselves will take health into their own hands.' As I will speak about later, empowerment extends past health. Local clubs are established by the people to generate income for those in need. Even issues as big as global warming and climate change are being tackled by villages full of people who are essentially illiterate and living in poverty.