Lonavala - Mayur, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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What a great morning! We thought we would be going without breakfast for there is no restaurant in the hotel we are staying. Last night Jen Nevins gave each of us a bag of goodies to sustain us (peanut butter and bagels, granolabars, and trail mix). I teared up as I thought about this gift given so freely out of a heart of love. This time I did not pack snacks because I have never needed them in the past. Funny the things God shows you when youare far ...
... to Dhobi Ghat – an interesting place where all of Mumbai's laundry seems to be done. We saw a complex range of water channels with places for mass washing of clothing and a whole bunch of colourful clothing hanging from multiple locations. Apparently only men work here and the women do the ironing inside the houses. It was certainly a site to behold – it is amazing that amongst the volume of laundry and visible chaos that customers do not lose more items.
... mountain were beautiful :) We then visited another village, the Zambolim village and went back to the hotel. That evening I went into the town with Gero, Sabrina, Janine and Vicki and we had a few drinks on their balcony, it was nice to be able to relax and chat with them as it's very interesting learning about so many different people's lives.
... a multitude of streams come alive, with decent sized rapids and waterfalls appearing at several places. During and just after the monsoons, the entire area becomes wildflower paradise, a veritable Valley of Flowers. The forests also host several species of wild epiphytic orchids notably dendrobium peguanum, dendrobium ...
... rain. We decided to cut short our stay and return in better weather. It was Anant Chaturdashi, the final immersion day of the Ganesha festival and we left early to beat the Mumbai visarjan traffic jams. The rain continued until we reached Chembur. We went back to Matheran on the afternoon of 26th September, after the MTDC Manager assured us that the rains had finally eased! Set off immediately on ...