I had plans of camping at Sakleshpur but due to rains camping option was not feasible hence opted to Coffee Inn Homestay suggested by the camp owner. We stopped by at Kamat for south Indian breakfast and it was great. Then we all headed to our homestay where we reached by around 12.30 pm. The expression that came out of all of us was 'Wow'; that's how exactly the place can be described. This homestay was amidst coffee plantations with areca trees, flowers, mud pools, big ground, relaxing place what not.
We freshened up and had an amazing non-veg unlimited meal. Guys, the food was just incredible; can't ask for anything more. After a filling meal, we headed to stroll around the place. The homestay is a one stop place for all games, be it indoor or outdoor. It has many activities on offer such as mudwater volley ball, cricket, ziplining, rain dance, boat rowing, carrom, badminton, chess, disc throw and off course loads of fun.
We didn't know how the day went by in just enjoying the view, getting lean in the nature, rain drizzle. In the evening, we had an amazing coffee and bajjis, and also played some games with other trippers. The hospitality of the people here was at peak, Athithi Devo Bhava is perfectly defined seeing them. They ensured our happiness and checked on our needs on time to time. It was so overwhelming to see such kindness and happy people.
As it got darkened, bonfire was set out for different groups (I always had to pay for bonfire but here it was set for free). Me and my girls just enjoyed the cool weather, light music, food, drinks, laughter, gossips, talking about random guys, discussing our lives, our dreams, our future aspirations, taking in heat from bonfire, what not... That was indeed a laughing riot evening. At night we had yet again amazing scrumptious meal can't explain the taste it has to be tasted it was just yumm.....
After heavy dinner we went to our seating area, talked a lot more, played badminton, swingy, enjoyed the night totally. We were awake till midnight and then retired to sleep.