Travel Blogs from Mahabaleshwar
... photo of the Bahai community from the 1950s with over a hundred people. We had some delicious mawa cakes, chocolate muffins, cream rolls, tea and coffee.
The market had some old school shops, like a saloon we tried very hard to get a picture of. In the vegetable market, we were stunned by the variety and the freshness of the produce. We were even more stunned when the guy told us that ...
The third day in Kaas.. I was determined to see the sunrise. S was down with a terrible cold and B and A just chose to be lazy and sleep and not come for the sunrise.
Me n J left a little earlier than the previous day with our driver. On our drive we spotted at least 5 Nightjars on the road laying absolutely still till we almost go near them. And then they would fly away,
After the third one, J decided to mount his 70-200 and be ready , but ...
We had reserved this day to do the sunrise at Kaas and then take a launch to the Koyna backwaters and the forest reserves beyond.
We left our homestay by 6, cos it was cloudy and we expected a late sunrise.
As we drove to the plateau, we could still see the clouds. so we were sure we wont miss anything. WHen we reached half an hour later. the sun was out.. no it was not a proper sunrise.. it was look am out :) the ...
Kaas.. We started our trip early morning and drove from Pune to Satara to make it to our homestay in about 2 hours.
We had spoken to the homestay uncle before hand, and he had arranged for breakfast for us and post breakfast we were to head straight for Kaas plateau.
We had a nice breakfast of Uppittu made by the most wonderful caretaker Mohan.
After a nice breakfast, we got a little anxious that the sun was getting harsh and will not be very good for ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking