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|29th July 2009, 14:15||#16|
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Thats indeed a scarry one, but look at this place, very near to the city, lot of army men arround and still so helpless.
I learned the hard way, these places are suitable for couples who need 5-6 hours of undisturbed togatherness. I was running out of options and day light. There was hoplessness, i never felt anything might go wrong here. Both had life jackets, this lake looked not very deep, but still things went wrong. Luckily we managed to get out of that place.
|29th July 2009, 14:23||#17|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Hyderabad, Bangalore
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One hell of a horrifying experience and it's quite sad that such place do not have life guards. I am sure that this must be true with most places in India.
Ideally, these folks should have stopped the tourists when the under currents are strong and that's quite a general practice all over the world.
Anyways, glad that you and your friend are safe after the 2+ hour ordeal.
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