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... Sir ) stationed at Satara, in April 1824 with a contingent of soldiers and Indian guides climbed up the mountain face reaching what is now known as the Lodwick Point.Starting with Sir John Malcolm in 1828, a succession of them from Sir Mountstuart Elphinsotne, Arthur Malet (for whom the seat at "Point Arthur" is named), Carnac, Frere and many others became regular visitors.Present day Mahabaleshwar came ...
... is even the slightest of slopes, they can only do 20. So here’s a truck , overladen with a million tons, manfully doing 18 kmph. The truckwallah behind him has got one gram of weight less and his manhood has been insulted at this slow speed. He therefore has to overtake – for he is doing 18.00000000000001 kmph. Off he swings left (we always overtake on the left in India ...
... cream tikka, mutton curry, soups, ice creams and china grass, salads, and more..The Naans here are worth a special mention. absolutely perfect, cotton soft and simply delicious. Vegetarians will be disappointed.
we went to "Tableland" which is a short hike from mala's. It was a wise decision to walk it up, as all the tourists cars and buses had caused a jam, getting there through the crowd ...
... 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 ...
... live music and comedy acts. We saw a female singer give a few Adele songs her best shot and then a traditional group who played instruments like the Sitar to an electronic beat- which made for a rather interesting fusion of musical styles, however the food and cocktails were delicious and it was nice to catch up with Kelly one last time before we left her behind in Mumbai.
Thursday was also the Dahihandi festival, where groups of men ...