Sahil Sarovar Portico
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... As Karjat station was arriving, we had a small difference of opinion within the group over which station to alight for nearest access to the fort. We settled the difference by deciding that we would get down at Lonavala instead of Karjat, assuming the former would be more fun.
The train reached Lonavala station at around 8:30am. The weather was indeed lovely and we became even more eager to start our hike. Immediately we came out of the railway station and started ...
... 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 ...
... array of options in entertainment, sports and hospitality, Lavasa is a destination for residents, tourists and businessmen alike. (info from Lavasa website)
Mulshi is the name of a major dam on the Mula river located in the Mulshi taluka administrative division of the Pune.Water from the dam is used for irrigation as well as for producing electricity at the Bhira hydroelectric power plant, operated by Tata Power Company ...
... trees and idling on the water surface of the river. After morning tea, we had a boat ride once again – now on our own without attendant. I and Parth were peddling while Sandhya and Pari managed the rudder. It was a memorable experience of rowing through a misty calm river in the early hours of sun. After this, we were served breakfast of pohe. For bath, there was an old village style water boiler (bumb). Then we went out to the nearby temples ...
... us already! One day we went to Pune which was almost as crazy as Mumbai! It was very crowded, busy and noisy and the roads were just as bad - crossing them on foot is very scary indeed! I can't get over how many motor bikes there are in India, and how many people are squashed into them! The most I have seen so far is 5: 2 young children sitting at the front, then a man (their father I'm guessing), then a very small toddler sitting in front of her mother! While in Pune we ...