Coorg County Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 79o F) and occasional showers, while the temperatures dropped to 15 - 18o C (59 - 62o F) during nights.
Day 2 was kicked off with a visit to the Abbey waterfalls. Thanks to GPS, our drive turned out a bit tricky, however the picturesque view of the falls from the hanging bridge amidst the dense forest washed out our pains. One of the must visit places in Coorg, especially during the monsoons ...
... my life and character, for years to come, without realizing it was happening in front of my eyes. From I want to travel only with these people to I want to travel, doesn't matter who it is, the passion towards to traveling is overwhelming. Like clouds, people come and go, but the impact they create is amazing.
Now, the actual trip details.
Coorg aka Madikeri - it has many faces, second time to Coorg but What I saw and experienced is completely new.
... pain in my neck, as I must have pulled a muscle in my sleep. Perhaps it was caused by the yoga. I'm so tired from flu but I can't lie down because if I put pressure on my neck shooting pain creeps along my shoulder. It all feels terrible. Later in the day I feel a bit better and with the help of some painkillers, I meet up with Vladimir, the Serbian guy who I met in Kerala. We visit ...
... The kind lady offered to loan us some money. We refused as we were fully (over?)confident we'd be able to manage anyhow. We stopped at Bhagamandala and paid homage to the gods at the Sri Bhagandeshwara temple. By this time we had no cash left whatsoever and we barely managed to pay Rs 4 to the caretaker of shoes outside the temple. From here we left for Talakaveri. Good roads and a good mood helped us quickly reach the temple at the tip ...
... The District Ranger Reserve Officer told me that one of their biggest problems is illegal tree cutting, much of it involving people from Kerala. He also indicated that the Protected Areas were experiencing an increase in tourism (trekking) confirming my observations from our shola hike. While our conversation was short, this was the first chance I had to talk with my Protected Area colleagues in India.
Over the next two weeks, I’ll have ...