We had a great turnout on the weekend with students coming in from Kerala, Bangalore, Kodikanal, Pune, Gujarat and Mumbai. Being summer the winds are strong in the early afternoon and the paragliding training and the solo flying starts later in the evening.The days are spent chilling in a cosy nook within the guesthouse, or the garden or by the lake with a bunch of fellow students and pilots. Students pilots and guests enjoyed an idyllic weekend exploring the garden, the lake and the paragliding site by day and joining the gathering on the roof for dinner and interesting conversations.
Bringing in the New Year on a high, quite literally, was on the agenda for 2017. . The usual suspects gathered at Tower hill and monkeyed around while we waited for the right moment to take off. And it wasn’t just the adults excited to fly. The youngest member of the Nirvana family was one of the first to take off. And his enthusiasm was definitely infectious!
Hectic days at the flying site and peaceful times at the Native Place guesthouse ( it’s no secret that we all love being there midweek)
They had all done their training at different periods but met up at Nirvana adventures and became friends. They stayed in touch and decided to meet sometime in November to pursue their love for paragliding.
The allure of the skies and the happy atmosphere at Native Place, swims in the lake, afternoon naps in the hammock, yoga in the evenings, fun get togethers, bbq’s and shooting star spotting has kept their friendship and their love for this getaway alive and evergreen.