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... the count so no one was left behind. We crossed Patharachi wadi. A short snack time later we began moving again. Soon we reached tar road that was to lead us to our destination. It was after 9 when we fianlly reached and were ready for the meal which we relished in the torch light as there was no electricity. We had an early start and a long walk the following day so everyone retired to bed.
... to look for a way out. The collective effort and confidence paid-off. One team came back with the good news that we all were eager to hear… “We found the village!” a guy shouted… “It is merely 10-15 mins away from here.” These words came as a huge relief for each one of us as we all shouted in great relief… “GANPATI BAPPA… MORIYAA!”
The team that found the village had returned with a few villagers who ...
... impression of Angelina Jolie I’ve ever seen.
Headed back to Bombay yesterday evening to hear the news that Mumbai Indians pulled off a miraculous win to make it into the play-offs of the IPL (smashing 190 off 14 overs to get past Rajasthan Royals on net run rate, they had to hit a 6 off the last ball to make the required rate and they did). This means I’m lining up a ticket for the final (in Mumbai) and hoping Mumbai make it through to this as the atmosphere would be ...
... 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 ...
... dry and Claire said it reminded her of the outback in Aus. In the village we were taught how to make Chapatis and had a really nice dinner in a locals house. We then went back to our big hut to go to bed, we used mats on the floor and put up our mosquito nets and then we sat around the campfire for a while talking. I didn't really sleep much that night as the floor was very uncomfortable and the wind banged the doors.