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Old 16th February 2011, 20:35   #106
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Excellent Pics of the Eagles CL And a nice line up of snaps of the Pizza process. Had had those Wood oven PIzza in Ooty and it was indeed very tasty Keep them coming.
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Excellent Pics of the Eagles CL And a nice line up of snaps of the Pizza process. Had had those Wood oven PIzza in Ooty and it was indeed very tasty Keep them coming.
Thanks Raj. Shooting the eagles in flight, was extremely difficult as they are tremendously swift. Their top speed is more than 150 kmph!! I was lucky to get such clear shots! I do not have a zoom lens, so it was much more difficult!!

I have heard a lot about the wood oven pizza of Ooty. First from Ampere and now from you. I must plan another trip down south soon. Thanks for mentioning!

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@CL - Was waiting for the next dose of snaps and what do i get Pizzaaa on my laptop Great pics and process description. I am hungryyyyyyy.

Chevy Lover do check out the below thread if not done already. Would love to meet you and hear more tales about your travels.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/team-b...meet-pune.html
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Hi Chevy Lover, loved your travelogue. I have read all your travelogues and loved them immensly. I was watching your threads for more than a year and each and every thread of yours is a master piece. Rated this thread 5 starts and by the way this is my first post in travelogues.
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Hi Chevy Lover, loved your travelogue. I have read all your travelogues and loved them immensely. I was watching your threads for more than a year and each and every thread of yours is a master piece. Rated this thread 5 starts and by the way this is my first post in travelogues.
Thanks a lot Octane78! It is for readers like you that I spend so much time fine tuning and editing my pics and story! I am honoured that your first post is in my thread!

And thanks for the 5 Star rating!

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@CL - Was waiting for the next dose of snaps and what do i get Pizzaaa on my laptop Great pics and process description. I am hungryyyyyyy.

Chevy Lover do check out the below thread if not done already. Would love to meet you and hear more tales about your travels.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/team-b...meet-pune.html
Thanks Amit. The pizza sure looks very yummy!!! I checked the thread. Let me see if I can make it to the meet!
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Red face A forgettable time at Agonda...

After a super tasty meal of those succulent pizzas, we returned back to our resort. We then decided to visit Agonda beach.

We went to the car parking and saw our Chevy baby resting peacefully. I hadn’t started his engine the previous four days. But since I had the spanking new Amaron battery, I had absolutely no worries! I washed Chevy’s wind shield and then checked all fluid levels and his tyres. After convincing myself that all was in pristine condition, I cranked his engine! He roared to life in 0.5 seconds flat!

We quickly drove towards Agonda. Shortly after leaving Palolem, one of my horns conked off! The high frequency horn was gone and I had a terrible time driving on the twisty roads of Canacona with only one horn and that too, the low frequency one ! We decided to drive very slow and somehow made it to Agonda after a twenty minute drive. The road condition was excellent!

As soon as we reached Agonda, the difference in the weather struck us. Palolem was really cool and we had enjoyed walking around, even in the sun, tremendously!!! But Agonda was HOT!!!

We parked our Chevy near the church there and made our way to the beach. It was a huge disappointment for us! The beach was not attractive and was terribly hot. We quickly vetoed our plan of having our lunch there and decided to drive back. I managed to click two pics of Agonda with my N95. I did not even bother taking our camera out of our car!

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We were drenched in sweat pretty soon. We had a soft drink from a shack there and quickly ran back to our car and returned to our resort in Palolem.

We parked our Chevy in the resort, freshened up and had our lunch from Spicy Bella restaurant. The rest of the evening was spent doing some shopping and exploring the lesser known shacks of Palolem.

We retired for the night after a light dinner by 10 pm. We had a very long day ahead of us. We had to drive to Pune?? No way! We had to move on to our next destination ! Stay tuned!
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Talking Day 6 – Drive to our new destination!

Day 6 – Drive to our new destination!

We woke up by 7 am on day 6 of our vacation. That day was our last in Palolem. We went to the beach and had a really good time bathing in the calm sea. The water was super cool and we had loads of fun there.

We returned back to our resort by 10 am. There were some bathrooms built outside our AC cottages, which we utilized to wash away all the sand. We went back our room and freshened up. For a change, we had breakfast from Druv’s Kitchen, which was the restaurant inside our resort.

The service was pathetically slow and it took an eternity to get our toasts, jam and omlettes. We returned back to our room after polishing off our breakfast leisurely. We quickly finished packing and checked out of our resort by 12 pm. We kept our luggage in our Chevy and went to have our lunch.

We were back to Little Italy and finished off two more of the delectable wood oven pizzas!!! Little Italy’s chef works in Ladakh during the off season in Goa! Boy! Those pizzas are addictive!! I do not know why, but we were totally ravenous in Goa! I think the cool sea air had something to do with it!!!

We were finally able to drag ourselves back to our Chevy by 1.30 pm and we were on our way by 2pm. We thanked God almighty from the bottom of our hearts for giving us a wonderful anniversary and a mini vacation.

Our Chevy’s odo read 98,813 kms. We had travelled 31 kilometres the previous day to and from Agonda. We quickly made our way to Margao. The roads were pretty narrow and we had to be extremely careful about the private buses plying on those roads. They were driven very rashly. We finally reached Margao city by 3.50 pm. Our Odo read 98,847 kms. We had driven 34 kms from Palolem. We decided not to stop anywhere and sped on towards Panaji.

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We passed Panaji circle by 3.50 pm. Our odo read 98,883 kms. Our total running till then was 70 kms. We hadn’t realized that we had travelled 70 kilometres from Panaji, when we went to Palolem the first time!

We continued our drive towards our next destination. We left the city roads shortly and drove through some villages and reached our final stop. Yes folks, we reached Anjuna beach.

We checked out some hotels and bungalows near the beach. We did not find the rooms very good and continued searching. At last we zeroed in on Poonam Resorts. Their property was quite good and the added advantage was the presence of a fantastic swimming pool.

We parked our Chevy near the resort and switched off his engine for one final time that day. Our Chevy’s Odo read 98,905 and the time was 4.30 pm. We had travelled 92 kilometres from South Goa to reach North Goa! We had left the serene Palolem behind us and were right in the middle of one of the most happening places in Goa!

We quickly checked in, dumped our luggage in our room, freshened up, changed into our swimming costumes and straight away jumped in the pool!!! I was knocked out of my senses as soon as I touched the water! The water in the pool was freezing cold and we were shivering in no time.

Seeing our plight, the receptionist of the resort switched on a motor and slowly hot water started flowing into the pool. We spent the next two hours relaxing in the pool. The pool was only 4 feet deep all through and I enjoyed the cool water caressing my tired body! My little mermaid was very busy doing some laps in the pool! I am so stunned whenever I see her swimming!!!

We returned back to our room later that evening and got ready fast. We were quite hungry by then and wanted to have our dinner as soon as possible. We had two tiny visitors waiting for us outside our room.

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The resort looked very pretty in the evening.

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We quickly made our way to the beach through a narrow alley near the resort. The path was quite dark and devoid of many streetlights. We reached the Anjuna cliff area soon. There were many shops selling everything from clothes to sandals to antique statues. The clothes on sale were incredibly colourful and I had a wonderful time photographing them. There was a shop selling hammocks too!

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We quickly made our way to a restaurant with an incredible view of the ocean from the cliff face. It was also a full moon day! We ordered a King Fish fry for dinner. We ordered a new drink christened 'Angry John'. It was one of the most flavorsome drinks we’d had in a long time!

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It was quite late by the time we finished our dinner. The time was close to 12 am. Most of the shops had closed down and the lane was completely dark. We swiftly made our way back to our resort, with a prayer on our lips.

It was indeed scary walking in pitch dark through the narrow alley and we made a mental note to always carry our torch along with us in future!

The security guard in our resort was waiting outside for us and escorted us inside. Our room was very inviting and the room’s AC was first-class. We quickly fell into a deep slumber!

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Old 18th February 2011, 18:41   #113
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CL, this is so not done. Have some mercy on us mere mortals, who are working their backsides off in office, and you post pics of Woodfire Pizzas that look absolutely delicious. And then you talk about Anjuna. Thats rubbing it in now .

Man, I am so tempted to head to Goa once again. Thanks for the lovely memories.
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I'm not going to open Team BHP in office ever again!! And you are the reason!

First its Goa, then prawns, lobsters, pizza and finally beaches!

Its been a very unproductive day for me and my manager is going to complain for sure
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Your travelogue reminds of my younger days in the 80's when we made regular trips to Goa from Manipal. The food was great then too, but even better were the beach parties with live bands, roaring fires and a whole lotta you know what. Do they still have beach parties in Goa, I mean the free informal kind, not the staged mega shows?

Happy anniversary and keep us entertained with your tales.
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Your travelogue reminds of my younger days in the 80's when we made regular trips to Goa from Manipal. The food was great then too, but even better were the beach parties with live bands, roaring fires and a whole lotta you know what. Do they still have beach parties in Goa, I mean the free informal kind, not the staged mega shows?

Happy anniversary and keep us entertained with your tales.
Thanks a lot for your kind wishes, VLOCT. The food in Goa is still lip-smacking!!!

There were some silent parties organised by some shacks when we were there. But we were too immersed in the food and didn't find time to go to those parties!

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I'm not going to open Team BHP in office ever again!! And you are the reason!

First its Goa, then prawns, lobsters, pizza and finally beaches!

Its been a very unproductive day for me and my manager is going to complain for sure
Sorry about that, friend! The food was too tempting!

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CL, this is so not done. Have some mercy on us mere mortals, who are working their backsides off in office, and you post pics of Woodfire Pizzas that look absolutely delicious. And then you talk about Anjuna. Thats rubbing it in now .

Man, I am so tempted to head to Goa once again. Thanks for the lovely memories.
You are always welcome, Swanand. There are plenty more pics coming up shortly!
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Day 7 – The last day of our vacation and our drive back home!

We woke up by 9 am on the last day of our vacation. We had had a fantastic time in Anjuna the previous day and we decided to go back to Pune. The city was beckoning us and we couldn’t stay any longer. We decided to pay a visit to Anjuna once more, have breakfast and then start our drive back home.

We got ready and strolled down to the cliff. The narrow alley through which we had walked past, the previous night was indeed scary!

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We reached the cliff and took some pics of the rocky beach and the sea.

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There were some people tempting their fate by walking on the rocks. It was extremely dangerous taking into account the fact that there were so many whirlpools very near to the rocks and one freak wave and one slip was all that was needed! Well, people become foolhardy when they are on vacation, I guess!!!

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We soon went to a restaurant by the sea. We had a clear view of the sea ans saw some tourists kayaking and going for a ride on the water scooter!

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We had delicious pancakes for breakfast.

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@CL. The last installment of snaps & TL was pretty small. I guess you followed the same route back so no new pictures and experiences to be shared.
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The return journey….

We checked out of our resort by 12 pm and quickly loaded our luggage in our Chevy. Our Chevy’s odo read 98,909 kms. We had a long drive ahead of us and we were totally revitalized after the heavy brunch we had relished a short while back. We were looking forward to driving in the ghats again and started our drive with a prayer on our lips by 12.15 pm.

There was a small problem which was still unattended. My Chevy’s horn was out of sync and I needed to get it rectified before I entered the highway. I have the good practice of honking at all turns. So my Chevy’s horn was absolutely vital, if I were to enjoy a peaceful drive.

With that thought in mind, we decided to go to Mapusa, the largest town near Anjuna, to fix up the horn. The road to Mapusa was very narrow and confusing. There were two or three hairpin curves also before reaching the town. I was quite surprised to see that!

We reached the town shortly after a 6 kilometre drive. We circled the city twice and finally found a mechanic to do the work. Thankfully, he was very experienced and even had Hella Red Grills in his shop, for sale. The repair work took just 5 minutes.

Somehow, the settings of one horn had gone for a toss and the electrician tightened one screw at the back of the horn and viola, the horn started working! The guy was very polite and asked for just Rs. 20. I gave him one more tenner and we were soon on our way towards Margao.

Our drive through the super smooth roads of Goa was very enjoyable. I could maintain speeds of 60 – 70 kmph consistently and soon we were out of Goa city limits. We did not stop anywhere and exited Goa by 2 pm. Our odo read 98,973 kms. I thought that there would be elaborate checking at the Goa excise post. But they weren’t interested and quickly waved us on our way.

Our happiness did not last long as we were soon stopped at the Maharashtra excise check post. One inspector came to our car and opened each and every door and checked the vehicle inside out for alcohol. I told him very politely that we were not carrying anything even remotely intoxicating. Still that bugger was hell bent on ‘finding’ something alcoholic and insisted on opening our suitcases. I let him have his way. He wasted another ten minutes of our time and finally began to get annoyed that he couldn’t find his treasure!!!

I could see that he was utterly disappointed that he lost a chance to make some quick bucks. He saw that I had an Elf’s coolant bottle near the woofer at the rear of the car. He was convinced that there was alcohol inside the can. I told him that there was only water in it and showed the clear liquid inside the can. He was very sceptical and asked me to pour the contents of the can on the road. I opened the can and poured out some of the water I was carrying. The degenerate inspector was finally satisfied and let us go on our way! I enjoyed seeing his rotten smirk! He was so very frustrated!!!

I know that there are hundreds of tourists who smuggle alcohol out of Goa. But this was no way to treat a couple who co-operated with each and every demand of his! The next time I go to Goa, I will carry some mild acid and pour it on his hands!!! Let him check out the PH factor himself!

After this revolting incident, we quickly made our way towards Sawantwadi. The NH17 was very smooth and we enjoyed a terrific drive all way. I could reach speeds of 110 kmph in stretches as the traffic was negligible.

We reached Sawantwadi by 2.30 pm and our odo read 98,990 kms. We stopped for a second in the city, to take some shots of the lake.

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We left Sawantwadi soon and drove through the ghats at about 40 kmph because of heavy truck traffic, which developed all of a sudden. The road was very good all the way. But we also had to be careful about sharp curves en route.

We passed Kankavli soon. We saw many brightly painted trucks on the way. One truck was particularly interesting!

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After passing Kankavli, we saw a different route towards Kolhapur. It was a right turn from NH17 and the route would lead us to Gaganbawda ghats through State Highway 114. It was also called Ja Bhavde ghats according to locals. Our odo read 99,083 km when we took the turn.

The route was very scenic and was flanked by huge trees. We enjoyed our drive immensely during the first few minutes.

This road was one of the most desolate stretches I’ve ever driven through! We saw only one ST bus and only a handful of other vehicles in about an hour of driving. There were not too many locals on the road too! It was so intimidating!!!

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Was this other option via Radhanagari or was it another route to Gaganbawda?
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