September 10, 2009

India Travels

Mumbai, Mahabaleshwar, Mussorie
in the Monsoons:


The past few weeks I have been travelling.

Landing in Mumbai, I reached Panchgani via Pune and explored the beauty of Mahabaleshwar in the monsoons and stopped over in Lonavala on the way back.

After the Sahyadri mountains, it was time for my favourite destination: the Himalayan mountain region. So it was another trip to Delhi for onward journey to Dehradun to end up in the hill stations of Mussorie and the adjoining town of Landour.

A few pictures of my travels:-
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Part 1
Wild Lilies on the way to Panchgani:

View from Echo Point:

View from Kate's Point, Mahabaleshwar:

Mumbai-Pune Expressway, Lonavala:

Pineapple slices on the way back to Mumbai:
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Part 2
Raisina Hill, New Delhi:

View of Mussorie mountains:

View from Lal Tibba, Landour Cantonment:

Doon Valley on the way back to Dehradun:

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Part 3
to be continued.....


19 comments:

AJEYA RAO said...

Great time to be in Mumbai...I would be traveling to Mumbai soon too

Sankara Subramanian C said...

Very pretty pictures. Monsoons are the best time to explore the western ghats! keep your experiences coming!

Sankara
http://sankaracs.blogspot.com

Mridula said...

Everything looks so green! It is raining heavily here at Delhi at the moment.

shooting star said...

nice pics...i have been to mussorie, dehradun and delhis where i lovi....but yet to experience the beauty of lonavala, mahabaleshwar n panchmarhi

GMG said...

Hi Celine! Sorry for the long delay, but after one year work, I got my official week off and, as always, the week before was terrible and the return awful... ;). Furthermore, there was 09.09.09, which for me was a bit depressing, as I entered a Club 60 I would prefer to postpone the joining... ;))
I’ll try to find some more time in the coming week to enjoy your posts!! You're always on the best road... Fabulous pictures!!

Blogtrotter is now in Turkey. Enjoy and have a fabulous weekend!

Priyank said...

Ah, right place, right time. Hopping all over the country!

Zhu said...

Wow, it's so green! It is always like that? I guess you don't really have a winter/ fall, do you?

Rajesh said...

Beautiful snaps. I had been to Mahabaleshwar long back.It is a lovely picturesque location.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful and lovely shots !! Great post as always !! Thanks for sharing..Unseen Rajasthan

San said...

Celine, I've never seen an expressway look so mystical, like a road for pilgrims. Then again, it is, kind of, at least from the dramatic perspective you've captured. Breathtaking, milady.

GMG said...

Hi Celine! Where are you? Travelling again? We miss you... :-(

workhard said...

The nature scape is just so beautiful..

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Shantanu said...

Hey! These are my part of the world. The monsoon season makes this entire region a vision in green.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Some really beautiful and lovely shots !! Thanks for sharing the beauty !!Unseen Rajasthan

Vinni said...

Hi Celine,

Nice to see your irrepressible zeal for travel. I'm waiting for the latest one.

Don't keep us waiting for too long.

Regards
Vinni

GuNs said...

Are/were you in Pune? You should have let me know!

-PeAcE
--WiTh
---GuNs

GuNs said...

Are/were you in Pune? You should have let me know!

-PeAcE
--WiTh
---GuNs

Vamsee Modugula said...

Don't you just love traveling in Maharashtra this season. I have not been to Mahabaleshwar, but that scenery is so common in the Sahayadri hills. I love the green this time of the year.

Hope to see more pics of your Himalaya trip.

Merisi said...

Sheer magic,
such dreamlike landscapes,
captured so well!