After spending more than hour at water channel we came back to Resort and had some delicious Maharashtrian dishes. For lunch we had Junka bhakari, pithla, komdi wade, mung bhaji, masala papad, mirchi cha thecha, fried rice, vangya chi bharit etc.
By 1.30 pm everyone gathered at dinning hall for lunch. For vegetarians, the menu was traditional maharashtrian food items like junka bhakari, jwari bhakari, vangi ch bharit, kombdi vade, pithla, thecha, chatni, shira etc. and for non vegetarians they had fish, chiken, crab etc. The every food item was mouth watering and so delicious. The service they offer is so awesome and I would like to visit this place again and again.
At lunch time we made plan to walk down to Pawana backwaters and jump in the lake for quick dip. One local guy helped us to find the shortest route to Pawana backwaters. At our right side, we had a huge mountain which was fort "Tung" and at left side we had triangular shaped mountain which was "Tikona Fort". Both of these forts are divided by Pawana backwaters. The whole surrounding range is so mesmerizing and serene as we expected. I experienced the gush of the wind hitting on my face!!!