Sahil Sarovar Portico
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... in and out of jungle-like dense growth, which reminded me of Andharban. After a little climb we arrived at a lovely water-spot. Thoroughly enjoyed the dip :) The route was beautiful, crossing small streams... valley and mountain views around us and the weather couldn't have been better! It was a little overcast with sunshine at intervals.
... injuries had slackened our pace some bit.
It was as if Mother Nature was telling us, “You can’t take me for granted children”! The sun finally set at 7pm and it was pitch dark all around us. There was nothing visible inside the jungle… no routes, no arrow marks, and absolutely no sign of the base camp! All that we could clearly see was “BLOODY HELL”! Some of us panicked, searching for a place where phone network was strong in order to ...
... in one piece.
The next day we headed to the viewing sites and caves up in the hills, which were pretty spectacular, even in the dry season. Will definitely have to make another trip once the rains start as the whole area will be transformed. We also headed to the ‘celebrity’ wax museum that day. Not sure what the criteria for celebrity is in India, but it seems that Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein made the grade, along with a host of Bollywood stars, Gandhi and ...
The hill city of Lavasa is being planned for approximately 0.3 million permanent residents with facilities for about 2 million tourists every year and an employment base of approximately 97,000. Accommodation options in Lavasa range from budget to luxury hotels and a variety of restaurants ensure that every palate is catered to. With the opening of Lavasa International Convention Centre, business tourism has received a significant fillip. ...
... brinjal bhaji, pithale, varan all piping hot along with side dishes of papad, salad, thecha and buttermilk. This was really home made on earthen stove (chool) with peculiar village style and with aroma of smoke. After dinner, we enjoyed a camp fire lit for us. It was quite cold so this fire was required to warm us up. Then we went in the hut and played cards again before retiring to bed.
In the morning it was a thin mist around the place, ...