We reached coorg at aroung 5;30 pm , and hence without wasting any time we straight away went to abbey waterfalls, the most hyped place of coorg, although it was not the rainy season and thus I was not expecting much water in the falls , but still the view was breath-taking and refreshing cold water rejuvenated us.
After the falls, it was the time to look for an accommodation to retire for the night.
Since it was an off season we got a hotel who’s owner was ready to provide us with a good spacious room in which all 4 of us could be easily accommodated and charged rs 2000/ only( it was very cheap since the hotel was good and the room was pretty big and airy too), if you are going in off season I would suggest you not to do any prior online booking instead reach the place look out for places and bargain as much as possible.
After checking in the hotel, we decided to take a stroll and explore the night time coorg, which turned out to be a good decision , since the market place was full of tourists and travellers who had come to visit coorg, it was a good time to do networking with many other fellow travellers.
The next morning we decided to visit the madikeri fort, shortly after visiting we got to know that madikeri fort was converted in to the district court of madikeri and there was nothing left to be called as a fort artefact instead of a church which was converted into a museum but was closed due to some reason.