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Chartres: Ecstasy at the Altar
Bill Zarchy discovers that it isn't the usual cathedral tour. [Read on]
Added on June 01, 2007

Wrecks and Pissers

The Bombay-Pune Road has long been notorious and dangerous. The road snakes and twists through the Western Ghats, a stretch of mountains dotted with cave temples and fortresses, from the coast up to the Deccan plateau. Centuries ago, it was an ancient trade route linking the Indian Ocean to the interior. Silk and spice caravans passed this way, trying to evade the bandits who lurked in the rocky hills along the way. Early in the 21st century, it was still treacherous, and the spontaneous setting for our odd travel game.

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Added on February 28, 2003

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