We had a surprise visitor at the Saturday night pilot get together at Native Place the other week. It was a night flying enthusiast of a different sort or should i say a winged creature of a different classification – a beautiful Indian Moon Moth. Nirvana Paragliding weekend
We had an awesome end of season celebration last weekend with pilots and well wishers dropping by from all over. Pilots gathered at Native Place in the morning and the excitement of meeting familiar faces and catching up with old acquaintances lent a happy holiday feeling all 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
Vrinda whipped up some delicious gajar halwa (desert) on Sunday afternoon after which we took off the Shelar site for some Sunday sunset flying. I clocked in my longest flight yet at 2 hours 10 minutes! We returned sated our smiles reflecting fulfilling flights 🙂
81 year old Mr Sanghvi had always wanted to fly like a bird. National Geographic and Nirvana Adventures joined hands to help him fulfill his dream of free flight. Another new season is about to unfold people. Get your wings & your boots out of the closet and step into the sunshine.