Pune Trip – Alibagh

Third stop of our trip was to a beach place called Alibagh This was the place that was meant for  beach views , sunsets and some relaxation in the resort by the pool side (where I completed my Red Wedding reading and had that very emotional moment). There are three beaches in these photos and most of them were empty (just how I like them and this time it wasn’t less crowded, it was plain empty), except for the one where we saw some fishermen trying their hands at catching small crabs. Otherwise it was like our private beach. Thanks to my friend, who is nicknamed ‘dog whisperer’ by another friend 😉 ( I really like that name btw) a dog was always with us (its like ‘Wherever he goes, a dog follows’) escorting us the whole time we were there. And by the time we were about to leave the place, it would vanish into the bushes.

We were in need of some relaxation after our little adventure.

8 thoughts on “Pune Trip – Alibagh

  1. Great photos I’m jealous of all the things you are able to do and see. I know someone who is colorbling to the color purple so whenever I see a beautiful purple photo I think “awe that would look grey to them.” I’m evil I know.

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    1. Thank you Wes 🙂 Your time will come. Mine came only almost 2 years back. I missed a lot in life and am trying to catch up.
      Now that you mention it, I am scared of being colorblind. Don’t even want to think of that. I love colors.

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      1. Right as much as blindness goes it is one of the fears I carry with me along this road of life. My mother is blind in one of her eyes I luckily wasn’t given that at birth.

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