Club Mahindra Madikeri, Coorg
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... some green!! Grass, trees, flowers, no traffic, you name it, it was wonderful. Then we headed off into town again for a local breakfast - channa masala, chutney, and a naan like thing. Very tasty, very Indian. But after that we really had enough of waiting to check in, so we went to Monique's homestay (which I actually can't remember the name of) at around 11. And this woman, oh my god, she LOVES to talk! Talk talk talk talk talk! About the weirdest ...
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Our destination 2 for the day was Talacauvery – The place where the river Cauvery originates. Just above an hour’s drive from Madikeri, it passes through the hinterlands of Coorg, some dense forests, coffee, spice plantations, paddy fields and quaint locales. We stopped by on-the-way to have the authentic filter coffee. The landlord also guided us through his coffee, pepper, cardamom and ginger plantation. ...
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 ...
... way, we stopped at a coffee shop which sold coffee grown and processed locally. They even had a grinder and roaster inside the shop. The two ladies who were in the shop were very sweet and nice. They told us that no road went from Talakaveri to Manipal but we decided to trust (for some unknown reason!) gMaps more than them. While paying for the coffee they realized we weren't carrying enough cash, and fell slightly short of the bill ...