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Add me to the WhatsApp group... I am travelling from HYD to Gokarna by upcoming week.... Name Madhusudan 

Dates 7th to 11th March 

Contact 85275XXXX

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20 hours ago, RiderJaju said:

Add me to the WhatsApp group... I am travelling from HYD to Gokarna by upcoming week.... Name Madhusudan 

Dates 7th to 11th March 

Contact 8527588851

 

Hi @RiderJaju, Please share the details as asked for along with the pictures of your past drives. We shall add you to the WhatsApp group soon.

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On 3/3/2019 at 11:57 AM, RiderJaju said:

Name Madhusudan

 

Please share proper details.

 

On 3/3/2019 at 11:57 AM, RiderJaju said:

Contact 85275XXXX

 

I have masked your mobile number. You need to update your number on this link.

https://www.india-drive.com/Home/group-chat/

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For a moment I thought it's my Tia baby!   


Ahh if you are referring to the one in Avishek’s pics its mine


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Name: G Kiran Kumar

Location: Hyderabad

Favorite past weekend getaway: When I was staying in Bangalore, a weekend trip to Sakleshpur

Longest Drive: Hyderabad -> Sabarimala -> Thiruvananthapuram -> Coimbatore ->  Ooty -> Chamrajnagar-> Dharmasthala ->  Sringeri -> Karkala -> Udupi -> Murdeshwar -> Gokarna -> Goa -> Belgaum -> Hyderabad 

 

Few pictures from my longest drive & some from my favourite shortest weekend trip of all time. 

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Just now, GKiran said:

Name: G Kiran Kumar

 

Welcome onboard Kiran.
We have updated your contact in the WhatsApp group.

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1 hour ago, GKiran said:

 

Name: G Kiran Kumar

Location: Hyderabad

 

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Welcome onboard @GKiran, Your pictures look very impressive especially your monsoon visit to Sakleshpur. Could you share your travelogue about this drive to Sakleshpur with a few details and pictures :) 

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