Adventures at Matheran Hill Station
March 13, 2013 – 12:05 am | No Comment
Matheran is a Hill Station located near Mumbai, Karjat.   It is located 800 meters above sea level in the Jambol Forest of Maharashtra.  It was found by Hugh Poynts Malet in May 1850.  It spreads over an area of 8 square kilometers in Sahyadri Mountains.  It is one of the best places to spend a two-day holiday if you are in Mumbai or in the vicinity of Mumbai or its suburbs.  To reach Matheran,  [...]

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The Bonding Of Four Corners
November 12, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
The Bonding Of Four Corners
Four Corners Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado The traditional name of The Four Corners is extremely hackneyed for remarkably stunning terrain that admires no artificial boundaries created by men in the south-western division of United States. Abstract Much prior to the geometric silhouette sketched by some draftsman to create the cities of Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado, the paintbrush of nature was busy smearing this arid region into a far more nebulous mural worth gazing. This backdrop took tens of centuries to evolve and formulate itself into an implausible piece of land. Try to drive this path of 525 miles in a day and you will undeniably fail to spot its elegance. Spare at least a couple of days to halt at several landscapes, parks & gardens, monuments, and numerous  [...]


Chase The Mauve Aroma Of Finger Lakes
November 10, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Chase The Mauve Aroma Of Finger Lakes
Finger Lakes, New York Known for the vintners from of New York, the expanse of Finger Lakes is equipped to make wine better than the best of California. The landscapes here are equally admirable. The voyagers can flavor their trip from winery to winery in the midst of undulating hills, uncluttered Amish ranches, and never-ending panoramas of turquoise water. The glacier-gashed lagoons and aroma of amethyst fields describes the impeccable vicinity of Finger Lakes. Synopsis The gratifying mélange of mauve farmland and distinct towns, with a concoction of splendid 19th Century dwellings and contemporary downtown is the perfect delineation of Finger Lakes in New York. The double-lane tarmacs tag along the shorelines, sometimes cuddling the coast, sometimes wafting up into the grasses, but always  [...]


Get Wild In Kansas
November 10, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Get Wild In Kansas
Wichita and Dodge City, Wild West Kansas Wichita and Dodge City are the two towns exclusive of which the familiarity of Wild West is never known. These settlements are a summation of archetypal cowboy lifestyle and cattle-based neighborhood of southern plains in Kansas. Formerly known for its bustling cattle farming, Wichita is now budding as a progressive, striking neighborhood flaunting some remarkable spectacles which includes the old Cowtown Museum where civilization of 19th century are still commemorated, and the renowned Wichita Art Museum which shields imperative artwork by Charles M. Russell. The legendary city of Dodge is acknowledged for some of the best practices from wild livestock farming to bison-hunter vicinity to serene farming population along with the home town of some  [...]


The Natural Blend Of Cornish Coast
November 9, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | One Comment
The Natural Blend Of Cornish Coast
The pasty village colored by the seawater and emerald shining through the countryside farms, the Cornish backdrop is a staggering fusion of natural vistas and historical memories. The frame of perfectly designed steep mountains surging into the lush gardens is surrounded by Atlantic. This frame of natural engineering is separated from most part of Britain and almost defined as an island by the Tamar River. Overview Some places famous for creating history, some for its modernistic culture. The villages and towns of this place are quite distinct in some way or the other. Take a car along with you which can suite the narrow roads of the charming Cornwall, if you wish to drive here. Or if you wish to stroll, walk on the longest footpath in England, South West Coastal Path, which measure around  [...]


A Classical Voyage Of Cape Cod
November 9, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
A Classical Voyage Of Cape Cod
Cape Cod, Massachusetts A drive through the classical Cape Cod of Massachusetts invigorates your soul as it brings the panorama of evening beaches with golden sand, copious resort towns, food from the ocean depth, and serene shacks. There are several pleasant destinations all around the world, but when we talk about a drive in Cape Cod, it has it all. The gracefully isolated dunelands of the seashore, peaceful bayside villages, energetic Provincetown, and swarming resorts that views the Nantucket Sound; drive it for yourself and experience the revitalizing seascape. Overview A drive of lifetime through Massachusetts begins from the Canal of Cape Cod’s Coast and following the curves of the bay till the Cape’s “elbow.” Drifting further north to reach Provincetown, back to Orleans from  [...]


Glancing Through The Borderlands
November 9, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Glancing Through The Borderlands
Big Bend, Texas The Big Bend region of Texas, one of the last true frontiers in the lower 48, still remains one of the unique landscapes in the world. This distinct borderland is positioned roughly east of El Paso, west of San Antonio and north of the Rio Grande River. Concise The artistic work of nature is evidently visible in the grasslands, deserts, mountain ranges and rivers in this borderland. The natural panorama of this section has attracted many directors of Hollywood to film the famous movies like There will be Blood and No Country for Old Men. Mainly due to its African-type territory and plentiful wildlife, it was rightly named as “America’s Abyssinia” by the local inhabitants of 1930’s. From Big bend national park and the neighboring Big Bend Ranch State Park to some of the  [...]


Gliding A Mile High On Cherohala Skyway
November 6, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Gliding A Mile High On Cherohala Skyway
Cherohala Skyway, Tennessee and North Carolina A journey 42 miles entwining and 1 mile above the sea level skyway starts right from voyaging Tennessee through the border of North Carolina till the top of Great Smoky Mountains. The beautiful trail edges with the Tellico Plains followed by the remarkable woods of evergreens and hardwoods making its way to Robbinsville in North Carolina. Overview The Skyway of Cherohala serves as a bridge between two petite towns and moves through a of mile ascending track from the Unicoi Mountains. Skyway Cherohala is the most expensive boulevard in North Carolina and was termed as ‘National Scenic Byway’ immediately after its opening in 1996. $100 million and three decades were spent to built this imminent man made wonder of the world. The drive along this  [...]


Chateaus and Vineyards Kingdom – Provence
November 6, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Chateaus and Vineyards Kingdom – Provence
Back Road in Provence, France Talk a walk on the pathway of L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgu village on a weekday and you will experience the level of quietness akin to the ocean’s depth. You can hear the sluggish meander of the wind, waves of turquoise water in the sea nearby, and the movement of jade leaves. The same pathway on a weekend will make you drive miles to locate a parking place. Weekends here are the as entertaining and enjoyable as the calmness of weekdays. Speed through Provence The traditional antique stores, marketplace, and the restaurants are open on weekends only. Some sops are open on weekdays as well, like artisanal shops, which specialize in selling domestic fabrics, terracotta, local food, and huge stock of purple-colored soaps with aroma extracted from the beautiful lavender  [...]


The Real Road Trip Of South Dakota
November 5, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | 5 Comments
The Real Road Trip Of South Dakota
Stunningly beautiful sights, abundant wildlife, sturdy mountains, striking roads and amazing parks with a rich history is what the southwest segment of South Dakota is all about, when it comes to a long drive. Overview When ground route was the sole mode of transportation for the people of this country, South Dakota named the Grand Central Station of the American west. The preamble into the east indicates the start of a beautiful journey in two astonishing but different panoramas starting from buttes of Badlands, evergreen mountains, rodents-filled Prairie Dog town, and some beautifully designed highways. The famous Mount Rushmore carved to scare motorists out of South Dakota, attracts around three million viewers each year. According to Kapco, director of Adams Museum, Visitors arrive to get  [...]


Big Island For A Big Drive
November 5, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Big Island For A Big Drive
Big Island, Hawaii Witnessing the Big Island of Hawaii under the seatbelts through roadways is an absolutely different way of looking at it. The scenic amalgamation of gorgeous landscapes, forest woods, evening beaches, cool highlands, lava desert, soaring mountains with cliff-edged paths, and the plummeting valleys is very distinct from any other views in United States. It’s an island of enormous beauty with aura of mysterious Polynesians, who inhabited here many centuries ago. Introduction ”Big Island” the name suggests it all. Yes, it’s the biggest island; bigger than all the other Hawaiian Islands combined together. It’s the only island that’s volcanically active, known for its native culture, famous for coffee plantation, and the historic places along with beautiful scenes.  [...]


The Elegance Of Amalfi Coast
November 5, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
The Elegance Of Amalfi Coast
A drive through Italy’s most beautiful gush of coastline, the Costiera Amilfitana (Amalfi Coast) is a panorama filled with towering bluffs, lush green gardens, pallid-shaded villages, sheathed with green mountains and turquoise sea-water. Précis The scenic coast of Amalfi lies on the southern edge of Sorrento Peninsula, which is a cliff-edged cape walking though the mainland at the southern part of the Bay of Naples.  The route on this coast passes through some of the legendary towns - Amalfi, Positano and Ravello, which have mesmerized and enthused creative personalities like writer Giovanni Boccaccio from 14th Century, composer Richard wanger from 19th Century and Playwright Tennessee Williams from 20th Century. Nautical Salerno One of the busiest ports in Italy, Salerno, is known amongst  [...]