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... there was hardly any activity to do here. The dam was full due to recent rains and people had already occupied available places to sit.
Going ahead was a bad idea as we knew that the road ahead would be full of people by now. So we just took a right turn which would take us towards another side of the dam. Just after we turned away from the main road, the bridge above the flow of water from the dam gates, was full with ...
... booked evening buses.
Finally our journey started at 4.00 pm. All of us were quite excited. After an hour, we were on National Highway (NH)- 17. The highway roads were very smooth and the view of green hills and lush greeneries on both the sides were scenic. We crossed Sawantwadi, reached Amboli Ghat and then Ajra. At Ajra, we sipped hot piping tea and samosa. When ...
... I met 15 Indian guys!! They were all very nice, and I did go on to a bar/restaurant with a few of them, but there is always a slight discomfort in the back of the mind!
One of the older (and married) guys, Vinod, offered me and another guy called Bharat a lift home... Unfortunately he ran out of petrol on the way! Bharat, having hosted many travellers in his time as a couch surfing member, accompanied me in a rickshaw back to my aunts and then continued to get petrol ...
... of which expands as "D-Dream R-Roadtrip E-Expedition-to A-Adventuresome M-Mountains-of e-Exhurb LEH". The tentative list of crew got confirmed on May 15, 2014.
DOW i.e. Devil-on-wheels travel website on their tremendous experience on terrain, weather, where-abouts, guidances, what-to and what-not-to were the primary source of planning which was carried out during an outing beside the shoreline at Malgunud, Ratnagiri, Konkan, ...
... oh, are there pictures and videos... too bad I can't post videos!), a discussion about the Millennium Development Goals (and activities therein), the arrival of the group from Scotland, and a Wacky WAGGGS Jeopardy game. The girls will explain it well.
Emma: Today was FANTASTIC! And so are the people, staff, and girls. I loved dressing up as a loud Canadian Tennis Racket Association Beatles Fan with a monocle. ...