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... in the year 1829-30. In old records it is mentioned as Malcolm Peth, but in practise today it is known as Mahabaleshwar.Added to the scores of magnificent scenic "points", the perennial springs, streams, and waterfalls of Mahabaleshwar plateau, with its year round superb climate, drew the English and others to Mahabaleshwar. By the end of the 19th century it had become an attractive popular hill station of world ...
... place to place, is suddenly possible in India – welcome to the twentieth century !
Today was just to put some distance. The trip meter reads exactly 750 km. Not bad for Day 1.
Every day, I am going to add a "deep insight" on the Indian highways. Today we'll kick off with the dance of the dinosaurs.
Indian trucks are capable of a top speed of perhaps 40 kmph ...
... clean, and fixed timings for hot water.All rooms come with attached balconies and a good view of the front or back garden. Overall, the rooms are average. but spacious.
The Food at mala's is simply brilliant. Meat lovers will have absolutely nothing to complain about. Just to give an idea, during our short stay, we had chicken tikkas, tandoori, kebabs, Yakhni Pulao, kheema Biryani, Chicken ...
... Satara to Kaas was in good condition, a pleasant surprise. It is an enjoyable drive once you head out of the city. As the winding road climbs upwards you will notice the weather becoming cooler and the vegetation becoming denser. When you reach the Kaas plateau the sight that awaits you is simply out of this world. Flowers of every colour swathe the plateau like a carpet.
So a carpet of yellow flowers is interspersed by ...
... there are MANY in Mumbai), browsing around the exotics such as accessorize, M&S and forever 21.
Monday took as back to South Mumbai, this time to visit another slightly smaller private hospital called Bhatia (again mentioned in the book Shantaram which I'm reading at the moment) for some quick fire radiology teaching and a look at a different private hospital, one which had much less money that Kokilaben and felt much more chaotic- ...