Kumar Resort & Water Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... enjoyable sites; an incredible Jain temple built entirely from marble (as Jain religion doesn’t believe in harming any living things and insects could live and die in holes in concrete); a massive cow shed in the middle of the city, where the cows were so well treated they even got given desserts; and a cycle down marine drive, where the novelty of cycling a child’s bike with no functioning brakes was beginning to wear off.
Obviously we were having too much fun ...
... National Geographic channel. The museum was in an interesting building in Grand Victorian style and like the Ghandi museum liked exhibits on the peoples of India using small figurines based in a range of scenes. The museum also had an interesting collection of old photos of Bombay in all its colonial splendour. There were also several exhibits of the latest technology from the late nineteenth century including some interesting navigation instruments.
After the museum ...
... point, its about midnight. So we are in the station in the dark and we have no idea what we are doing.
Manu arranged taxis for us to Ahmabad, the states capitol. I forgot the name of this state but it is well known for the fact that it doesn't serve alcohol and it is the birthplace of Ghandi. Anyway, it is a two hour drive to the bus station, so we pile into these cabs and start the drive. Only after about 1 hour, we pull ...
... ramshackle MTDC hotel near Dasturi Naka, as it is closest to our favourite haunts - the densely forested eastern half of Matheran comprising Panorama Point, Governor Hill, Berry Mountain and Garbut Point. This side gets very few visitors, as it is a long and tiresome walk from the hotels around the main market where most visitors prefer to stay. Consequently, the jungle is at its charming, cleanest ...
... village-speckled plains below. Occasional cows. Occasional women carrying firewood. The odd little cluster of crumbling concrete uglynesses full of children and scraggy dogs that somehow you manage to forget the second they pass. Matheran itself is very, very quiet - as you'd expect from somewhere with no traffic, but not startlingly so. It sort of reminded me of a seaside town, with competing resorts advertising swimming pools and discos and little ...