Day2: As the city has already welcomed us saying Land of Coffee, we wanted to feel the tang of that black colored drink to our taste buds. We drove our enthusiasm towards finding the way where can we get black drink named “coffee”. After an hour walking down the roads and lanes in the city, we found a small hangout place which is a 60 years old canteen named Town Canteen. It has served us food in a typical and traditional way which has reminded us golden olden days. Before we left to our next adventure, we had the smack and smell of so called coffee. Yummm….there comes the authentic taste. The essence and aroma of the coffee has filled our minds with some joy and felt…Oh...this is what it is called as...Then we started finding various local shops to get more crux on coffee and finally found a shop which is nearly 80 years old and have a large variety of coffee flavors. They explained in a well-defined manner how a coffee is processed and packed. We further got more interested to get to know more about coffee and why the place has been named as land of coffee.
As we are finally done with our earnest drink, we started back our journey to the site where a great saint first planted the coffee seed and was coined as “Baba Budangiri”. During our wandering, we came across a waterfall also called as Butterfly falls. The speciality to reach this falls is to travel off-road through muddy and red soiled roads for about 4 kilometers within the coffee plantation. Round the waterfalls were completely occupied by these plantations. While walking in the midst of these trees and bushes, the noise made by the waterfalls, cool breeze that was yelled by the bushes and trees made our hearts occupied with joy and happiness.