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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 ...
Until a few years ago, anybody who drove long distance in India, out of choice rather than necessity, was a fit case for the lunatic asylum. Such was the state of Indian roads. And then came Atal Behari Vajpayee, a former Prime Minister of India. Under him, the Golden
Quadrilateral got done. Now, the National Highways, for the most part is good with some stretches truly world class. ...
... market, Mala's is situated at a very convenient location, and yet secluded enough. The place is very welcoming, with a lot of trees and gardens within the property, it makes one feel relaxed immediately.
The rooms are basic, but big. Every room has 2 double beds , a dressing table, wardrobe and a tv. Beds r big which offer decent comfort. people used to more comfortable mattresses might find these uncomfortable. The ...
... of white flowers at one end while blue and purple flowers seem to seamlessly intermingle with one another at the other end of the plateau . The sight reminded me of the famed tulip gardens of Holland but Kaas is different.
For one, the variety found on this plateau is mind boggling! Secondly this is a natural phenomenon which lasts only for about two to three months. Come November and these flowers will have all ...
... live music and comedy acts. We saw a female singer give a few Adele songs her best shot and then a traditional group who played instruments like the Sitar to an electronic beat- which made for a rather interesting fusion of musical styles, however the food and cocktails were delicious and it was nice to catch up with Kelly one last time before we left her behind in Mumbai.
Thursday was also the Dahihandi festival, where groups of men ...