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This was actually not a vacation but a hangout with friends type of trip. We were 5 people who went on this memorable trip. We had an expert driver who handled the curves of the road so well. It was a tiring long journey and by the time we reached home stay, we were desperately hungry. But by the time we reached there, the food was ready. And, the food was hot, spicy and tasty.We ...
... didn't help the case.
We woke up to a rainy morning the next day, wondering how the day ahead would be. But we decided to try our luck by going ahead with the sight-seeing plan.
Kalahatti Falls - This was our first stop after getting onto an open Jeep for the day, as we were told that roads leading to Hebbe falls wouldn't accept anything other than jeeps or human feet trekking through ! Kalahatti falls has ...
... we had looked at this stone carved temple we sprinted back to the car, only to find our driver wasn't there and the car was locked. We found a shaded spot by the car (which was still hot) and hopped around like idiots waiting for our driver to return. He eventually returned, and with the skin on our feet only just intact we drove to our final destination of Chikmaglur. ---> thankfully it was cooler here, it even ...
... the Western Ghats. I love the way a road climbs up around a mountain like a creeper around a tree. What can I say? I guess curves turn me on. Anyway, we reached Chikamagalur without incident and headed directly to SK Residency. Sayon had stayed there before and the hotel proved to be decent enough. The owner gave us a ...
... Vindhyargiri Hill. The Jain deity, Gomateshvara, is 17.5 meters high and was carved from one piece of granite in AD 981. Jainism is an Indian religion that prescribes a path of non-violence towards all living things and according to Wikipedia is one of the oldest regions in the world. It was at one time a dominant religion in India kingdoms, but is now a considered a minority in the country.
Getting to the statue required us to climb 641 steps (so says Lonely ...