It was a convergence of friends old and new; paragliding pilots, surfers, entrepreneurs, adventurers and thousands of fireflies came together to celebrate Nirvana Adventure’s 20th Anniversary paragliding season end. Local drums got us all into a dancing frenzy, while the myriad fireflies lit up the trees around.
At take-off, I had to wait quite a bit as winds were cross and I was wondering why all those Pilot uncles were sitting down and feeling so sad while Kavya and I were having so much fun. My dada says that this is called Parawaiting….well, Parawaiting is fun!!! Kavya and I danced and explored the place with my Mom
A long billed vulture is back to roost at the Shelar cliffs – now this is great news. Welcome back I called out to it as I soared past. Now the 2nd piece of news is not something I am very happy about. There is a road all the way to Shelar that has come up just recently. Somehow I am just not happy about this road. Roads bring their own fair share of changes and troubles and this one makes me uneasy.
French paraglider pilot and instructor Philippe Lebre visited us again for the 6th time this January accompanied by a bunch of old friends and pilots from Moustiers Ste Marie. They spent a week at Native Place enjoying the paragliding, the food, fragrant plantings,