Sky Blue Resort
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... 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. ...
With growing commercialization of the natural beauty places like Matheran, a new trend of agri tourism is becoming popular amongst the old style village lovers. I took a first hand experience of such "real farm" agri tourism with my family in Dec 13. It was Mulshi Agri Tourism centre in village Ambadwet near Pirangut in Pune district only 15km from Chandani Chowk. We spent an evening, a night and a wonderful morning in this perfect combination of ...
Well WOW is what I have to say about the Ellora caves! Narayan and I were up and on my first road trip bright and early Fri morning. It was about a 4 hour drive from Pune with the Indian roads and traffic. Our driver was a real pro and drove without hesitation or mishap through the traffic consisting of 2 wheelers, 3 wheelers, trucks, ox carts, buses, pilgrims, a herd of goats, and the odd pedestrian taking their life in their hands by crossing the highway. There were some ...