Mahabaleshwar Photo Blog – Part 3 | Travel Story
Last few weeks have been super hectic and promise to remain same for another couple of months as I have taken on a full-time project along with lot of reviews/ blogging/ product sampling and blah blah… You get the gist.
So after a few weeks of some heavy researching in ecological fabrics like cotton, bamboo, recycled polyester, soyabean etc and travelling, I finally got a breather of a day and here I am writing a fresh post in Mahabaleshwar series.
Today I will cover the cooked food – street food available in Mahabaleshwar along with photo blog of Mapro and inside peak into a mud tandoor.
Just like strawberries, pink radishes, mulberries, charcoal grilled corn cob is a must have in Mahabaleshwar.
It beautifully compliments the weather and adds to the story of a hill station. I wouldn’t miss it for the world.
To this add some hot chai (Indian tea) with froth created using the sweeping motion between the pan and glass. Mmmmm…
Then there are bicycle-Icecream vendors, Bhel Puri stalls.
I love the way the bhel walas create the pattern in the farsan. Just awesome work. Don’t you think?
The tandoori roti images are from my stay at Savoy Hotel.
I was lazing in the room with night being quite chilly and I was not keen on leaving the warmth of the quilts.
V prodded me to go and not miss the chance of lifetime where I can actually do close-up shots of a tandoor churning out gorgeous rotis.
And I thank him for bugging me.
This post is incomplete till I showcase images of some mouth-watering pizza, sandwiches, candies, strawberry cream and a general tour of Mapro farm and restaurant.
It is one of the best pizza I have ever eaten including calories. Love.
A visit to this place is a must at least once a trip and if I can squeeze in more, then all the better.
There’s one more part coming up which I will focus on some activities one can indulge in during the stay in Mahabaleshwar like Boating on Venna Lake, Go Karting, para-gliding point among few.