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Old 7th June 2009, 10:02   #16
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Amazing level of detail for a trip taken more than 7 years back! You must have maintained a decent log during the trip.

Nice pictures and an excellent report.
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Old 7th June 2009, 14:47   #17
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Thanks everybody for your nice words.

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How did you manage to carry the luggages along with pilllion rider??? I mean, how did u manage the space on a bike?
We used the huge, approx. 70 Ltr trekking expedition sack as can be seen in pictures. And it was pillion rider's duty to carry it on the back. (The colour in this pic differs)
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....even we friends are planning a trip on our bikes in coming months.
Enjoy yourselves. Be safe.

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Very nice report and pictures. The nature seems so unspoilt and pure. How about doing the same trip again, and maybe click similar pictures to see how the places have changed. Very nice indeed!
Did some of this route in 2007 in M800. Planning the same again in coming September with family. This time it will be Vista and Indigo XL.

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.... did you visit a place called "Marleshwar" some 40-50 KM from Ganpatipule ?
Not on this occassion, but I have couple of other times. It is a fantastic place specially in rains.

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Amazing level of detail for a trip taken more than 7 years back! You must have maintained a decent log during the trip....
Tried my best. I still have those papers with me!
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Thanks everybody for your nice words.

Not on this occassion, but I have couple of other times. It is a fantastic place specially in rains.
Marleshwar is indeed very beautiful. Till you reach the foothills, one never knows the place is beautiful. we had visited in last 2004 december. I might have some handycam video's i will once again visit the memory lanes.

we have seen the whole Konkan belt (Mumbai till Goa) twice by car

the simple people, great home cooked food, very safe and beautiful beaches all keep inviting again and again.

thanks for this post which reminded some of the best holidays spent by me.

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Wow, now that is a good travelogue done on a good bike. I have the original Ind Suzuki of 1984. My mother is the first owner although she has never ever sat on it. I will never sell it. Feast your eyes guys!

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