Mtdc Holiday Resort Mahabaleshwar
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... continued up the windy mountain roads things just kept getting more and more scenic. We stopped at Elephant Point, Aurthur's Seat and Five Points Plateau where Ken and I rode horses! (I was being a dare devil!)
We visited several temples in Mababaleshwar. One was of particular note to me, the Temple of Shiva, overlooking the mountains in the Satara district. I hope you enjoy the pictures. The day was one ...
... on the left of the road). Both lanes are now blocked for the next 46 kms which is the distance it takes for the
0.000000000001 kmph difference in speed to finally show its impact. Meanwhile all of us behind have got a ringside view of this dance of the dinosaurs.
We’re left staring the truck’s delectable backside sporting “Horn OK Please”. Honk. Honk !
... clean, and fixed timings for hot water.All rooms come with attached balconies and a good view of the front or back garden. Overall, the rooms are average. but spacious.
The Food at mala's is simply brilliant. Meat lovers will have absolutely nothing to complain about. Just to give an idea, during our short stay, we had chicken tikkas, tandoori, kebabs, Yakhni Pulao, kheema Biryani, Chicken ...
... is home to approximately 850 flowers of which more than 600 are endangered.
Some of these plants are not found in any other part of the world. So if you are a nature lover, fauna enthusiast or simply want to enjoy Nature's spectacular beauty, you must head to Kaas plateau.
Kaas is approximately 30 kms from Satara town in Maharashtra state. Although the state has a notorious reputation for its bad roads the ...
... the women of the family and the children. They had two new sculptures of matching women dressed in extravagant saris and jewels and at their feet were offering of Indian sweets and fruit. The offerings were then distributed amongst all of the children that came to visit the house, and also a few plucky tourists who will be hotfooting it to the dentist as soon as we get back because the sweets are sweeet.
Friday was the final day ...