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... the night with all our crazy stories.Next morning, we visited the coffee plantation and trekked a small part of the hill to go river rafting. But as the river was shallow, they cancelled it and took us on Bamboo rafting. Not so impressive as the weather was so hot and we were moving very slow. After that, we took the long ride back to Bengaluru and I directly went to the ...
... leading to Hebbe falls was decent enough; and then it gave away to a muddy stone-filled clearing that lasted for nearly 90 minutes' drive. A bumpy ride that had us clinging onto the Jeep rods all through, it was made more than worth it with the stunning view around us – foggy forest, occasional sight of misty mountains far ahead, dismally low visibility and the tranquil silence of unruffled Mother Nature.The only indications of human ...
... around the temple. We spent a while admiring all the stunning carvings and then went back to our car to begin another drive to Belur. We left our driver and our flip flops in the car and ran on the hot pathway to Hoisan temple. By this point the ground was far to hot to walk on. Matt ran across it to view different parts of the temple, but I stuck to the carpet laid path. Today had got to be one of the hottest so ...
On Sunday, we woke up quite late (as usual) and were debating whether we should go via Chikamagalur or take up the direct route via Sakleshpur and Hassan. We decided upon Chikamagalur and Sayon and Srishti joined us on a Pulsar. We left around 2 p.m. and reached Chikamagalur by 7 p.m.. The roads were brilliant, especially the ...
... to in US parks and monuments, we thoroughly enjoyed our visit to these sacred sites. We learned a lot and had fun talking and interacting with our fellow Indian tourists. School kids in particular sought us out. They wanted to know where we were from and what our names were. They also were excited to have us speak English with them and to get a photograph together. I think that Shira and I were more interesting to many of the Indians we encountered than the Temples we were all ...