Travel Blogs from Mahabaleshwar
... was still very thick and it was everywhere. It was a very pleasant 15 minute drive.
Old Mahabaleshwar is also referred to as "Kshetra". This is where the main temples in Mahabaleshwar are. I have commonly observed, for reasons still beyond me, that places of any religious significance are not really very clean. Hotel Savera run by the Mahabaleshwarkar family was..well, a place to stay. The ...
... direction to the Dabdabai at frequent intervals and we showed which waterfalls we wanted to go to in the book to some of the locals so they could guide us.
Finally we spotted the board and the arrow saying "Dabdabai". Dabdabai in Marathi means waterfalls.
The book told us that we had to walk 0.5 Kms to the waterfalls.
We asked some locals, who either dint want us to go or were not friendly were not willing to give us ...
We had reserved this day to do the sunrise at Kaas and then take a launch to the Koyna backwaters and the forest reserves beyond.
We left our homestay by 6, cos it was cloudy and we expected a late sunrise.
As we drove to the plateau, we could still see the clouds. so we were sure we wont miss anything. WHen we reached half an hour later. the sun was out.. no it was not a proper sunrise.. it was look am out :) the ...
... in Maharashtra in October.!
What a sight. We rushed to our cameras to quickly get some videos of the hail falling.
A lovely lunch and some chit chatting with Uncle. We decided our plans for the next morning.
The rest of the evening was spent just lazing around. B and A just decided to sleep through the afternoon.
When the rain stopped i took a small walk around the place and spotted some birds.
The caretaker told us there ...
Mahabaleshwar's Venna Lake is best known for its boating facilities. That was the least of our interests. The lake shore on the opposite end of the boating ...
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