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... br> We reached the state of Karnataka at 1250, entering the Bandipur Tiger Reserve. There were lots of speed bumps, presumably for the protection of the wildlife, the latter constituting deer and boars from what I saw.
How many times today did Suzy describe something as 'lovely'? She must have 'Everything is beautiful' [by Ray Stevens] on her Ipad. There were a couple of nodding sessions over the journey. Went throught a bovine chicane. Leaving ...
... pools. A hanging bridge constructed just opposite the falls comes in handy to click a lot of pictures. There is a Kali Mata temple on the other side of the bridge which was inaccessible to us.
While going back from the falls, we noticed a trail going up the mountain. This immediately activated our sense of adventure and we decided to try and trek to the top of the mountain. We thought we'd be able to see the source of ...
... on my feet, a lady put the beautiful medallion around the neck. I headed for the rehydration counter and gulped endless cups of water and energal, tried some stretching and went to ease myself and the output confirmed the mind games I was suspecting.
That was my third HM in the past one year, I had clocked 2 hr,1 min and 30 sec, way beyond my expected time, I am not bothered much about it or maybe I am a little bit. As i lick my wounds, I ...
... back to those ancient times. Walking though the palace and seeing the architecture and the art in the different rooms is like entering the personal life of the kings who once lived here. Elephant rides are available at the back of the palace as a tourist attraction and a couple camels roam around while foreigners take pictures and pet them if they find enough courage to do so. It is interesting to see the things that we tourists take pictures of; cows are one of the most ...
... of Kodagu (Coorg) district, in the afternoon and we settle in Crimson Eye home-stay.
In the evening we walk for about two kilometer to the ridge to see the sun set. The ridge provides a magnificent view of the landscape. As far as eyes can see, waves after waves of expansive Western Ghat hills scroll past until the horizon far in the west.
With approaching sunset the horizon is flushed with hues of ...