Fariyas Resort Lonavala
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">Following quick lunch at Kusur, we descended to Kusur village at about 2 p.m. We were to use vehicles to get to Malavli from here, but this was delayed a little and we went to Talpe wadi instead. An occasional distant rumble, that had been threatening of rains for a while was getting louder now. We all geared up for the downpour. It was already 5:30 p.m. and still a long way to Vandryachi wadi, our destination for ...
... for help. Few of us wisely informed our family and friends of our status. Parents were worried; police was informed while our apprehensions soared to its peak!
While mind was completely fuc*ed-up, we still were thinking aloud of ways to escape the terrible! Meanwhile, we noticed another group who were also stranded in the forest. Fortunately, they had torches with them. It was the same group who we had stopped following some time ago. Both the groups (ours and theirs) ...
... Resort (lake was dried up), we headed into the town to be greeted by madness which made Bombay look like the Lake District. The general traffic, pollution and crowds in the town was indescribable, so I don’t think I’ll try. In the middle of this, Katja’s flip flop gave way, so she was now a shoeless, 6 foot tall, blonde German wandering about in the Indian Countryside. Some genius improvisation on my part with a paper clip ensured we made it to a shoe seller and ...
... station operates six 25MW Pelton turbines and was established in 1927. It mostly supplies power to Mumbai.
In 1920-21, during the construction of the dam and power station, Pandurang Mahadev Bapat led the farmers' movement representing the woes of the farmers who had lost their land in the process. This movement is known as the Mulshi Satyagrah and because of this leadership he is given the title of Senapati (commander) (data from ...
... We climbed over 1000ft in the middle of the day so it was verrrry hot! For lunch we stopped at a lake by the Vdaywadi village. Some people went swimming but it was nice to relax with Petra a girl from Sweden. We then had lunch and continued trekking, the next trekking bit I found the most difficult as it was so steep! But the views from the top ...