Day 2- Having reached late at night and having had a long road journey, our cushy beds and the pleasant climate gave us a long and deep sleep. The rooms at the hotel are really good and comfy. The ambiance is nice and the hotel ensured that our stay was pleasant. We enjoyed a nice and hot breakfast at the restaurant downstairs. The menu has a wide offering ranging from the south indian dishes to north indian varieties. Over the two day stay I found out a few dishes that one must definitely try in breakfast, lunch and dinner. These include (for quicl meals)- Poha, Idli sambhar, sabudana khichdi and masala dosa. For main course meals one can try from a variety of vegetables offered followed by a combo of dal and rice or veg biryani. Dal Tadka and jeera rice is a dish served hot on this entire route at any restaurant and generally cannot be prepared bad in taste. The day was then engaged in relaxing and scouting the local markets. The markets are filled with shops selling idols, worship articles and local jewellery. You can also find various eateries and tea stalls. There is a newly opened attraction near by- Sai Tirth. It is devotional theme park where adults as well as the kids can enjoy reliving the mythological stories. We couldn't find the time to visit it but have received a lot of positive feedback from several people who visited it. We had a darshan booking at the temple at 5 pm. For those of you who do not know, the Sai Baba Sansthan, trust managing the Sai baba temple, has mandated registrations before darshan which can be done locally at several sansthan counters. Besides these the trust has also started darshan slots for those people who want to avoid the ques, which can be obtained online from the trust website at a cost of Rs. 200 per person. The normal darshan ques extend for upto 2 hours or more on weekends or festivals. A word of advise would be to book darshan at any time slot after the aarti timings and avoid slots exactly before the aarti. Once inside the temple every worry of the world fizzles out as one gets enchanted with the devotion in the environment. You can hear the mantras being played on the speakers along with the frequent chanting of Baba's name by fellow worshipers. There may be pushing around a lot by some overly hyper worshipers who tend to rush as if they are missing some flight to catch. The best thing is to step a little aside and allow these people to go ahead(holds true in almost all Indian temples). Let yourself devolve into the piousness and feel the purity as you enter the holy darbar of Sai. As you step towards the samadhi, you feel as if the lord is sitting there watching you with a smile. Once the darshan is complete you must visit the sai gurusthan, a neem tree just right outside the samadhi temple. Follow this with a visit to Dwarkamai, the place where Baba resided. You can stay in the temple premises and meditate. Adequate sitting facilities have also been provided in the temple premises, or you could visit the Lendi Baug inside the premises itself and watch the sun set. You can also visit the Sai museum inside the temple premises, where Baba's articles have been displayed. Following this we had a booking for the Shej aarti (Last aarti of the day). For this aarti you can choose to get in a que and sit in the samadhi mandir at a distance from the main idol and sing along the aarti or book a slot at the website at a cost of Rs. 400 per person and get a chance to stand near the idol in the darbar. The aarti at any place is heartwarming and lets along a wave of devotion in you. The temple is closed after the aarti and opens up in the morning.