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Old 17th October 2008, 15:02   #31
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Get rid of the 's' from 'https'! EDIT: Sorry, saw the edited link too late :-)

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Riju, I am unable to view the link. It shows the following error.

" Team-BHP - The Definitive Indian Car Community - Home uses an invalid security certificate.

The certificate is not trusted because it is self signed.

(Error code: sec_error_ca_cert_invalid) " .

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Nice travelogue Stuart. Nice pictures too. Keep going. So do we get to see a picture of your partner?
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Great write-up Rahul!

Yes, I also have heard a lot about this Caravel from my colleagues many a times and have bookmarked the place My friends had managed to get some snaps through mobile and they were greatttt!

Looking forward for the rest of the journey..
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Nice pics, Mcl. Say hi to MTP for me.
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Mclaren. Nice pictures. Waiting for the rest of your travelogue.
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Old 18th October 2008, 11:38   #36
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These pictures are so inviting

Mcl good to know the dont have much bad stretch on the ghats, how about the NH17 from Honnavar to Karwar??
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Nice travelogue Stuart. Nice pictures too. Keep going. So do we get to see a picture of your partner?
I think he's already posted a pic of his partner here - Rahul's MTP?

Nice travelogue McL. Your Swift looks bone stock!
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Nice pics, Rahul. What was the dates you visited Goa? Myself & family and my friend's family were in Goa from 09/10 to 12/10. I took a different route - Belgaum-Amboli-Savanthwadi...Most of the pic locations where you have taken pics are same. I'am uploading in another travelogue.
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Great one mcl. The pics and narations are tempting us to do it asap.
BTW, what is that blackbird or seabird?
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Great one mcl. The pics and narations are tempting us to do it asap.
Very true, I am already turning blue for missing the casino...but what to do, travelling with kids - that was an impossibility - though they provide facilities for leaving the children at their care centre at the shore.
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Nice write up and nice pics too Kulla. couldn't see the roads we traveled in as it was during night. Now am seeing it through your pics.

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BTW, what is that blackbird or seabird?
Seabird, Strategic Naval Base. Also Supposedly Asia's Biggest Naval Base.
You can read more about it Here. and Here.

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Old 18th October 2008, 15:15   #42
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Very true, I am already turning blue for missing the casino...but what to do, travelling with kids - that was an impossibility - though they provide facilities for leaving the children at their care centre at the shore.
Dude, I just did the trip to Goa with kids 3 of them and 2 families. Same time as Rahul.

Read here:
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/travel...days-trip.html
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Duee, I just did the trip to Goa with kids 3 of them and 2 families. Nothing is impossible.

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http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/travel...days-trip.html

I guess you misunderstood. While I appreciate your view of nothing is impossible, I respectfully take your attention to the fact that I did not want to get into the casino for over two hours leaving my kids at shore. I really feel that for me it is impossible to do that, leaving my kids in an unknown land and getting to do what I want. Sorry, and once again no offence intended.
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I guess you misunderstood. While I appreciate your view of nothing is impossible, I respectfully take your attention to the fact that I did not want to get into the casino for over two hours leaving my kids at shore. I really feel that for me it is impossible to do that, leaving my kids in an unknown land and getting to do what I want. Sorry, and once again no offence intended.
Yeah...I misunderstood completely. I thought you are talking of taking kids to Goa and not to Casino. Nobody here (atleast in India) would like to leave their family on beach / shore and go to casino.

Sorry Rahul a bit of OT here. Continue your travelogue.

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so ~12 hours to GOA from Blr?
Including Sightseeing at Jog Falls...

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