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Day 0 : Hyderabad 14th December

 

Medical check list:

  1. Crocin - body pains and fever
  2. Metrogyl - motions
  3. Avomine - motion sickness 
  4. Surbex- T multivitamin - resistance 
  5. Band aids - safety
  6. Soframycin ointment - safety
  7. Wikoryl - sore throat and cold
  8. Diamox - Altitude sickness

 

Vehicle check list 

  1. Periodic Service and all liquids top up
  2. Wheel alignment and balancing, check tyres for punctures, check spare wheel
  3. Jumper cables (available at Ranijung) 
  4.  Towing ropes and  hooks (available at Ranijung) 
  5.  Air pump
  6. Spare bulbs
  7. Torch
  8.  Duct tape
  9.  Knife/scissors
  10. Zip ties
  11.  Basic tool kit
  12. Dash cam
  13. Car charger (two, front/rear)
  14. PUC (pollution) 

 

Camera check list :

  1. Don't forget to empty memory cards
  2. Tripod stand
  3. Action Camera
  4. Car mount
  5. Chargers and extra batteries 
  6. Gimbal

 

Personal check list 

  1. Passport
  2. Passport size photos
  3. Original license
  4. Original RC
  5. Original Insurance
  6. AAdhar card

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Day 1 : Hyderabad to Vishakapatnam (Vizag)

 

Start time : 6AM

End time : 7PM

Kilometers : 620 

 

Route taken from Hyderabad to Vishakapatnam?

Hyderabad --> Suryapet --> Vijayawada --> Rajahmundry --> Vishakapatnam (vizag)

 

Entire route is 4-lane,

Hyderabad to Vijayawada is bliss, road condition is excellent.

We made nice progress.

Vijayawada to Vishakapatnam is average, even though it is 4-lane,

Heavy traffic and potholes made the progress slow(village traffic)

 

 

Hyderabad to Vijayawada toll costed us around 700/-

hyderabad to vizag toll.PNG

 

Hotel Details

Hotel Name : Keys Select Vishakapatnam

Hotel Price : 2200/-

Hotel Rating : 5/5

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On 12/11/2018 at 2:47 PM, Ranger said:

Day 1 : Hyderabad to Vishakapatnam (Vizag)

 

Start time : 6AM

End time : 7PM

Kilometers : 620 

 

Route taken from Hyderabad to Vishakapatnam?

Hyderabad --> Suryapet --> Vijayawada --> Rajahmundry --> Vishakapatnam (vizag)

 

Entire route is 4-lane,

Hyderabad to Vijayawada is bliss, road condition is excellent.

We made nice progress.

Vijayawada to Vishakapatnam is average, even though it is 4-lane,

Heavy traffic and potholes made the progress slow(village traffic)

 

 

Hyderabad to Vijayawada toll costed us around 700/-

hyderabad to vizag toll.PNG

 

Hotel Details

Hotel Name : Keys Select Vishakapatnam

Hotel Price : 2200/-

Hotel Rating : 5/5

Where is the rest of days?

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18 hours ago, Tapahasu said:

Where is the rest of days?

 

I think it will be updated when they are back to the base or atleast find some chilled out time from their hectic travel schedule :)

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