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... and rocks, up and down windy tracks and my thoughts on the matter were that if I survive this I will be a pro at scooter driving and ready to take on SE Asia!
We then had an hour hike which was certainly challenging and at times vertical and then we finally arrived at the waterfalls.
The secret waterfalls were worth it and ...
... sometimes. Then on a road to a small town, I accidentally stepped in the biggest piece of sh*t EVER! I am shocked I didn't see it. However, you know you've been in India too long, when you look at the **** on your foot, hope it wasn't human, douse it with bottled water and keep walking. 2) A woman really shouldn't travel alone to India, unless you are staying with a family or heading off to an ashram. One of the saddest parts of our trip, was learning that rape is on ...
... old fort (surprise surprise, Jodhpur has a fort). It was my first time ziplining and I surprised myself in eagerly flinging myself off various cliffs without a hint of fear! I had only later learned from Darragh that usual practice is to wear helmets while ziplining, but, as the locals say, this is India. One particular zipline was over 300m long and we flew with great speed across the fort and two separate lakes. Wow! I have some photos on my ...
... There is a small mandap (pillared hall) and the inner sanctum is surmounted by a three-tired tower which is incomplete or which has been dismantled sometime in the distant past.
... of the temple was in existence between 1713 A.D. and 1738 A.D. During the 20th century, the structure of the temple underwent repairs from time to time for maintenance and renovation.
The inspiration to build the temple was given by the Goddess (Devi) Shree Shantadurga to Shri Naroram Mantri. Shri Naroram Mantri was originally from Kochar village in the Vengurla region. His full name was Naroram Shenvi Rege and he was called Naroram Mantri as he was a ...