Lion's Den Hotel
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... 8230; ghabaraaye!" “Tum toh thahere pardesi… saath kya nibhayoge!”)) Ha!
It turned out that we had now walked for about four hours and there was still no sign of the base village. Now, we were tired and bored of this plain walking. Throughout this journey, we have been misguided by people. Meanwhile, another passer-by told us that we were now only half-an-hour away from the hike. Our tired legs begged for authenticity of information but our minds ...
... balance needed to be restored so he took us to Sassoon fishing dock, which again smelt absolutely horrific and was one of the most frantic places I’ve ever been, with people auctioning fish straight off the boat and women sat in groups sorting the fish into different piles while people scrambled through the crowds with baskets of fish propped on their heads. Photos were banned here as apparently it’s where the terrorists in the 2008 attacks entered Bombay (posing as ...
... array of options in entertainment, sports and hospitality, Lavasa is a destination for residents, tourists and businessmen alike. (info from Lavasa website)
Mulshi is the name of a major dam on the Mula river located in the Mulshi taluka administrative division of the Pune.Water from the dam is used for irrigation as well as for producing electricity at the Bhira hydroelectric power plant, operated by Tata Power Company ...
... yet decent stay facility. We reached there at around 5 PM and left the place by 1 PM.
Upon arrival at the centre, Mr Bhumkar welcomed us and led us to our hut which was quite modern. It had a king-size bed plus a small single bed, attached bath, TV and necessary furnishings. The surrounding was so nice with river Mula flowing beside, various levels of landscape, sitouts, treehouse and lot of trees in natural scene. After having tea, we went out ...
At the party, a woman walked up to me and said, “I’m sorry I don’t remember your name, but you look very familiar. I’m sure we have met.” I told her I did not think so because I was far from home. She asked my connection to the family. I tried to explain but did not know all the family connection. However, Appa had been their family doctor, and Shekar had done business with her ...