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Mababaleshwar was a day trip we took from Pune. Getting there was half the fun. We went through the town of Wai and Panchgani. The scenery was/is breathtaking and we enjoyed every minute of the trip. The area is know for growing strawberries, so we included a stop at Mapro Farms where we had the most wonderful strawberry milk shakes and got to see the strawberry field up close and met the Evil Bunny!
Until a few years ago, anybody who drove long distance in India, out of choice rather than necessity, was a fit case for the lunatic asylum. Such was the state of Indian roads. And then came Atal Behari Vajpayee, a former Prime Minister of India. Under him, the Golden
Quadrilateral got done. Now, the National Highways, for the most part is good with some stretches truly world class. ...
... 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 ...
... is home to approximately 850 flowers of which more than 600 are endangered.
Some of these plants are not found in any other part of the world. So if you are a nature lover, fauna enthusiast or simply want to enjoy Nature's spectacular beauty, you must head to Kaas plateau.
Kaas is approximately 30 kms from Satara town in Maharashtra state. Although the state has a notorious reputation for its bad roads the ...
Our time in Mumbai has gone so quickly- our last week came around too soon!
Last Sunday we made it up to the somewhat disappointing Sanjay Gandhi national park for a bit of fresh air. However, at the absence of any obvious walking paths and some slightly confusing signs, we soon found ourselves queuing for the lion and tiger safari amongst everyone else who was also visiting the park that day. The 'safari' took place on a knackered old ...