Sky Blue Resort
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... of how local villagers put arrow marks to remember the path to the main fort and back. I decided to follow those arrow marks rather than following others who were equally clueless at that point in time. Now that we had a strategy in place to find the right path, the only challenge was to get past the dense forest before sunset. Despite an exhausted mind and body, we were determined to make it through. The route downhill had risky slopes and slippery surfaces, and on ...
... the necks of chickens one-by-one in a slow, measured, almost menacing way (not fully beheading them as it’s not Halal) and throwing them into a basket. There were literally hundreds of them wriggling about. Through the next door were hundreds of guys sitting on tables and hacking up meat. Bones, meat, blood everywhere, and the most overpowering smell I’ve ever experienced before. We were wearing flip flops at this point. Lovely.
We quickly moved on to look at ...
The hill city of Lavasa is being planned for approximately 0.3 million permanent residents with facilities for about 2 million tourists every year and an employment base of approximately 97,000. Accommodation options in Lavasa range from budget to luxury hotels and a variety of restaurants ensure that every palate is catered to. With the opening of Lavasa International Convention Centre, business tourism has received a significant fillip. ...
... brinjal bhaji, pithale, varan all piping hot along with side dishes of papad, salad, thecha and buttermilk. This was really home made on earthen stove (chool) with peculiar village style and with aroma of smoke. After dinner, we enjoyed a camp fire lit for us. It was quite cold so this fire was required to warm us up. Then we went in the hut and played cards again before retiring to bed.
In the morning it was a thin mist around the place, ...
... Occasionally they sang English songs that we knew too & yesterday the original director of the charity (who we call Uncle) preached in Marathi and English so we could understand him! We had a few very early starts. Twice we were making food at 6am so we could leave it outside all day to bake in the sun. We made kurdei from wheat and papd from rice flour. It was lovely working outside together as the sun was rising. We also started climbing a mountain at 6am one day - ...