If music that makes your ears bleed and strobe lights threatening to blind are not your thing, perhaps a quiet New Years Eve is what you seek.
Fear not Dear Reader, for there are lots of ways to spice up your night without treading the beaten track.
Put a wild spin on the regular old party games for a fun twist. Invite your couple friends over so you can try your hand at drunk twister, dirty scrabble or even stoned charades and you have yourselves a winner. Strip poker and truth or dare are worthy alternatives as well.
Fort Jadhavgadh Jatra
Spend a day exploring the antiquated beauty of Fort Jadhavgadh. Tour the royal museum while taking an audio tour before you relax in the exquisitely adorned interiors of the fort for a sumptuous meal. A brunch fest with an elaborate buffet and mimosas is a fitting way to spend your morning.
The jatra is a fine place to enjoy Pottery, Mehendi and Mimicry or Paintings by local artists. Take some whacky pictures at the Photo Booth or try your hand at an outdoor game.
Take a long drive with your partner and find yourselves in the waterfront bliss at Lavasa. A leisurely stroll by the waterfront, a quiet albeit delicious dinner at the lakeside restaurants are all you need this weekend.
Just gaze across the moonlight lake as you dine under the stars and feel your worries melt away.
If you crave some respite from ear-splitting music, then opt for a quiet night in with your partner. Light some scented candles, bring home some bubbly and celebrate the tidings of a new year together. Watching a rom-com and snuggling in the wintry evening is New Year’s Eve done right.
Leave the city for a camping adventure at Pawana Lake or Kolad. It is a smart way to skirt the stress related with city festivities. Get back to nature with a thrilling night in the tent for a romantic getaway. A New Year’s Eve bonfire and camp barbecue is the perfect setting with some peppy music to end the year on a high note.
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