Sky Blue Resort
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... to help us out. They lead us to the base village, where their friends had even made arrangements for rickshaws to ferry all of us till Karjat station. Throughout the day, after facing hours of painstaking encounters, this was the best thing that happened to us. On our journey back home, in true sportsmanship spirit, we were laughing at our fate on this day. However, there were a few things that we had learnt from today’s encounters. With great pride and pleasure, I share ...
... 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 ...
... station operates six 25MW Pelton turbines and was established in 1927. It mostly supplies power to Mumbai.
In 1920-21, during the construction of the dam and power station, Pandurang Mahadev Bapat led the farmers' movement representing the woes of the farmers who had lost their land in the process. This movement is known as the Mulshi Satyagrah and because of this leadership he is given the title of Senapati (commander) (data from ...
... paddle boat on river Mula with attendant Ashok. It was a calm and serene experience of cruising through still waters of Mula with semi wild vegetation on both the banks. We spotted nice birds like white crane, black crane, water hen, and kingfisher. After this boat ride, we roamed around for a while watching the swimming pool, elephant shower, nursery plants and settled in our hut for card play. The village dinner was served to us comprising farm rice, ...
... an elephant walking down one of the roads with 2 people sitting on top of it! We bought ourselves a sari and equipment to make proper chapatis. The most exciting purchase for us however was McDonald's and chocolate!!! The first Western food we had eaten since our arrival. The contrast between the huge posh shops and shopping centres on the same road as very basic stalls and shops is incredible! We had a wonderful 2 weeks in Paud and it was very difficult to say goodbye ...