Hotel Lake View
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... Sir ) stationed at Satara, in April 1824 with a contingent of soldiers and Indian guides climbed up the mountain face reaching what is now known as the Lodwick Point.Starting with Sir John Malcolm in 1828, a succession of them from Sir Mountstuart Elphinsotne, Arthur Malet (for whom the seat at "Point Arthur" is named), Carnac, Frere and many others became regular visitors.Present day Mahabaleshwar came ...
... on the left of the road). Both lanes are now blocked for the next 46 kms which is the distance it takes for the
0.000000000001 kmph difference in speed to finally show its impact. Meanwhile all of us behind have got a ringside view of this dance of the dinosaurs.
We’re left staring the truck’s delectable backside sporting “Horn OK Please”. Honk. Honk !
... annoying. the table land by it self is a pretty nice place, especially for photography. You will have a 360 deg view of panchgani, and the sunset looks really nice. apart from that most other places will have similar offerings.
Nice place to relax for a couple of days, quite a few places to visit in and around panchgani and mahabaleshwar. many "points" to see, but the highlight will have to be the food.
... We experienced heavy fog on our drive and so even though we were very close to the windmills we could barely see them. The weather was excellent, the air unpolluted and it was nice to be away from the madness of city life. We almost didnt want to come back to Mumbai. Alas! routine life beckoned .
It has been a week since I returned and though I did get a mild allergic attack it was well worth it :).
Our time in Mumbai has gone so quickly- our last week came around too soon!
Last Sunday we made it up to the somewhat disappointing Sanjay Gandhi national park for a bit of fresh air. However, at the absence of any obvious walking paths and some slightly confusing signs, we soon found ourselves queuing for the lion and tiger safari amongst everyone else who was also visiting the park that day. The 'safari' took place on a knackered old ...