Rahil International Hotel
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... and Andra Pradesh. The legendary source of the river is a spout from the mouth of a statue of a cow in the ancient temple of Mahadev in Old Mahabaleshwar. Legend has it that Krishna is Lord Vishnu himself as a result of a curse on the trimurtis by Savitri. Also, its tributaries Venna and Koyana are said to be Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma themselves. An interesting thing to notice is that 4 other rivers come out from ...
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 ...
... flower beds in their enthusiasm to walk around the plateau. And these weren't villagers mind you but so called 'educated' city dwellers. Is it any wonder then that we are losing our forest cover at an alarming rate.
The locals seemed to be more environmentally sensitive and I could see many volunteers going around picking up the trash left behind by some boisterous travellers.
The villagers informed us that ...
... there are MANY in Mumbai), browsing around the exotics such as accessorize, M&S and forever 21.
Monday took as back to South Mumbai, this time to visit another slightly smaller private hospital called Bhatia (again mentioned in the book Shantaram which I'm reading at the moment) for some quick fire radiology teaching and a look at a different private hospital, one which had much less money that Kokilaben and felt much more chaotic- ...