Cloud Covered Horse's face: Kuduremukha
Kuduremukha - the green blanket
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Weekend getaway drive - Bangalore - Chikmagalur- Mullayangiri - Kudremukh - Bangalore || Nature Love
We left around 12 midnight from Bangalore... the crazy long drive trip.. we reached Chikmagaluru around 5 am in the morning.. it was a foggy morning .. evoked the Delhi winter morning memories .. foggy weather and Ilahi track on speakers while driving .. " bs nothing else is needed on a weekend morning". on the way to kudremukh ..tea and coffee farms, fragrances of coffee and spices will accompany you throughout the way. night stay in jungle....
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I went to the best college in the country but learnt more in travel
1)Collect moment not things: I sit in the shade of a tree with red flowers at one of the bends on the road which quite strategically gives me the clear view of occasional vehicles from either side.I am happy for the fact that not only do i see a mountain with a tinge of white on the top but also can see the numerous bends ahead as the road circles and circles in a never ending loop....
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How I ticked off two items on my "BUCKET LIST": Rann Of Kutch And Gir!
The bus was filled to its brim and people look at you like alien, when they here you speak any language other than gujarati(in my case I was speaking Kannada).Gir forests resemble typical thorny bush forests,commonly found in northern Karnataka and is nowhere eye pleasing like the magnificient forests of Western Ghats like Agumbe/Kuduremukha but the USP of these forests is its wildlife.Apart from flagship Lion, Gir is home for hyena,sambar,chital,blackbuck,leopard among others!...