Ambatty Greens Resort - An Amritara Private Hideaway
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This is the starting for many short trips near the place of my work life, Mysore. New place, new life, new people, new friends, economic freedom: all this brings out possible outrageous behavior in every human being. That happened to me as well, looking back I am so happy that all the outrageous behavior of mine is to 1. Being a foodie and 2. Planning to travel and travel whenever possible.
To be frank, on one side I was getting spoiled and on the other side, I was ...
Still inflicted with flu I travel two hours across to Kushalnagar which is 5km Northwest of Bylakuppe. This was one of the first Tibetan refugee camps set up to house those fleeing Tibet following the 1959 Chinese invasion. Anyone can visit the town but only Tibetans can stay overnight as a permit is needed for anyone else who wishes to sleep there. After the first night I wake up ...
... from there. After 15 minutes of climbing a mountain with full backpacks, a helmet, and a camera to carry, we started having second thoughts. But then when do we ever give up? We continued on the trail while cursing our fitness levels. Suddenly there was no way further. Then we realized that the trail didn't end there, it went on vertically up the mountain. Vertically means at an angle of almost 90. Thanks to some strategically placed ...
... woody species that retain their leaves year-round. I had never before visited this kind of forested habitat. The timing of our visit was perfect, as many plants were flowering, making identification much easier for our master botanists. They photographed/collected plants and recorded the location and habitat of the various species that we observed. While I captured many of these plants on my digital camera, I didn't learn many of their names - that is why ...
Few places in the world are truly worth taking nearly 20 hours to get there, and I can say that without a doubt Coorg, India is one of those places worth the trek. I am sure that I will never forget this absolutely incredible trip to Coorg.
Before I get ahead of myself, let's go back to the start. Around 5pm on Friday, Anne and I left straight from work to catch our semi-sleeper bus to Mysore. I was quite anxious about being able ...