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Further ahead, the display in a shop selling syrups and squashes caught our eye. The guy let us take pictures of the shop, and Chetan decided to have some fun with the pictures.
We then had some dinner and took a taxi back to Kshetra. It was like driving blind folded. The mist was so thick now, that absolutely nothing could be see. the driver had to ...
The third day in Kaas.. I was determined to see the sunrise. S was down with a terrible cold and B and A just chose to be lazy and sleep and not come for the sunrise.
Me n J left a little earlier than the previous day with our driver. On our drive we spotted at least 5 Nightjars on the road laying absolutely still till we almost go near them. And then they would fly away,
After the third one, J decided to mount his 70-200 and be ready , but ...
... and beeeaters, we saw NO other bird.
We stopped in a place , where the boatman told us we could walk a little inside and spot something. But we ran out of water and the scorching heat was putting us off too.
We went a bit and decided to head back to the launch. Uneventful four hours. And horribly expensive too.
We came back to our homestay and had some hot tea and pakodas and just lazed the remaining evening n night.
... we wanted to take, so we head straight out to the plateau. We met Mr Nulkar there after a while , our host and guide for the next two days.
He took us straight to show some nice flower species. The most prominent specie in the plateau was of course the Smithia or the Donald duck flower.
By the weekend we went, the plateau's spread of the flowers had much reduced. we had pretty much reached the end of the season. But uncle promised to show us ...
Mahabaleshwar's Venna Lake is best known for its boating facilities. That was the least of our interests. The lake shore on the opposite end of the boating ...