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Old 10th June 2009, 13:45   #16
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vnabhi, enjoyed reading your travelogue.

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......Hyd to Kurnool---awesome for 90% of the 210 kms,...
Looking forward to trying out this road sometime soon. I drove to Bangalore last August when work on 4-laning was going on and there were very frequent diversions.
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Old 10th June 2009, 14:18   #17
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Thanks for keeping that in mind. And, it seemed to have worked
Good to know about this!

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vnabhi, enjoyed reading your travelogue.

Looking forward to trying out this road sometime soon. I drove to Bangalore last August when work on 4-laning was going on and there were very frequent diversions.
Thanks straightdrive. But remember, only 70% is actually 4-lane from practical point of view. Please be cautious at places where you have to merge with opp direction traffic.
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venu sir. OT: Dont see your confirmation for the Bidar trip on Saturday.

I know you'll be actively visiting this thread of your trip isliye mein aa gaya to do some marketing for the bidar drive
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venu sir. OT: Dont see your confirmation for the Bidar trip on Saturday.

I know you'll be actively visiting this thread of your trip isliye mein aa gaya to do some marketing for the bidar drive
Hey RR, I've seen that post a couple of day back, and have been resisting the temptation to type my confirmation. I need to check when my daughter's +2 school is re-opening, and when my wife is going to BLR. Will let you know by tomorrow evening.
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Venu Saab, good trip log with pictures. Will definitely serve as a guide for my trip to Tirupati later on in the summer.
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Venu Saab, good trip log with pictures. Will definitely serve as a guide for my trip to Tirupati later on in the summer.
Yaar MC, the summer is over. Did you mean monsoon?
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Yaar MC, the summer is over. Did you mean monsoon?
Well as per me in Hyderabad Summer is till early September with Monsoons flirting temporarily in between.

P.S: Summer Solstice (which technically denotes the middle of summer) isn't over so we are very much in summer.

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Well as per me in Hyderabad Summer is till early September with Monsoons flirting temporarily in between.

P.S: Summer Solstice (which technically denotes the middle of summer) isn't over so we are very much in summer.
That was a pretty technical response. I am sure you have loads of plans up your sleeve during the summer solstice period. In the meantime, for us lesser mortals it will be monsoons from a couple of weeks from hereon.
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That was a pretty technical response. I am sure you have loads of plans up your sleeve during the summer solstice period.
Hehe not a technical response, but just what I feel about the Hyd weather. Yes, intend to do a few trip to utilise the Storm approriately.

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Enjoy the monsoons, drive safe and don't splash too much water on others.
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Have fun, MC. I'm sure you'll kick up a storm with your Storm

BTW, the day is the longest on summer solstice--so you can have a good long drive!
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