We took a msrtc night bus from pune and reached malvan at 7 the next morning. From malvan bus stand, we took an auto to travel to wayri, a village with a beautiful,crystal, clean beach of about 3km from malvan. We checked-in the homestay and went running to dip into the blue ocean.
लाल माती, निळ पाणी! A scene so visually perfect that one wonders in awe about the nature's creation. For breakfast we had the classic kokani dosa ( घावण) with chutney and then headed towards the Market. The lanes were like numerous snakes meeting at a small juncture which made us regret our decision to walk to the market. Since there are no restaurants in the village we thoroughly searched for some place to lunch and asked the locals for it. Finally we found a restaurant-type place named Loukik near the market and had chicken, prawns thali.
1)FOOD- If you wish to have malvani-style fish, you will need to go to the market buy them and give your homestay hosts in advance. You will NOT get readymade authentic food. If you are a spice-lover, you need to go here irrespective of veg or non-veg.
2) STAY- There are mostly homestay and no hotels as such at least in Wayri-Bhutnath region. If you wish a luxurious stay, you will need to go to Tarkarli.