Monsoon Burst

Tripoto
6th Sep 2019
Day 1

We started our journey from tirupati at night 12.30 am we chit chatted and atlast we reached banglore. There we freshed up at my friends house. At sharp 8 am we started to move madikeri. And we finally reached madikeri at 5 pm. We are exhausted due to that bus journey. Finally reached the bus station. And by an auto we reached our booked residency i.e. Thelma's Coorg Chalet-Family Homestay-kitchen. There is no ceiling fan, but it was cool. We started to get our dinner and decided to have at coorg cusine. We buy some food to eat at late nights. The night madikeri was totally deserted only the dogs will be yawning over nights.

Banglore to madikeri bus at banglore

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore to madikeri route

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Thelma's Coorg Chalet-Family Homestay-kitchen

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Swing in our residency

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coorg cuisine pork curry is good but pork in other pork dishes are seemed to be stored pork.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Day 2

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos.

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos.

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos.

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

On the other bank elephant dubara is there. In that flow river rafting.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cauvery visargdama delta

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Prayering in tibetian monastery

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Birds show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi Dam

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

View over the harangi dam restricted due to crocodiles on reservoirs.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

Cauvery visargdama

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi reservoir

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Going to coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Coffee plantation. Watch your feet there are leeches over there.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Wating for coffee at coffee plantation

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Harangi dam park

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Bird show

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Quad bike

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

The next day we started our day with a tea. We walked a distance in the chill smoky fog for a cup of tea. Then we came back and started to visit places. So we booked a travels it took around 1800 to 2200. They were kind and humble. Going in travels is better than self driving because some roads are tiny and some roads are elephant prone zones. We went to elephant dubara there we need to cross cauvery river, but due to heavy floods the government stopped that service. There is river rafting going over there. It was not at all permitted by government but they illegally doing this and government also not at all stopping this. So we refused to go to rafting. Then we went to cauvery visargdama it is just a delta. There is a bird   show and it cost 60 ruppee per head there we can have birds over us and can have photos we left cauvery visargdama as soon as possible then went for quadbike and it cost 600 per head. There we need to have a dress to avoid mud falling from tyres, so have normal dresses for the ride, then we went to tibetian monastry and at 1pm they do prayer. We are allowed into the temple at that time. Then we had lunch at hot pot biriyani but telugu people never try biryani's those all are not at all our style.
Then we moved to harangi dam there we went to restricted place at last have a nice photos. Then we went to coffee plantation there beware of leeches because you can't sense it sucking.
Atlast we came home and started swiggy orders. Here swiggy is so slow.

Day 3

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing.

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace

Abbey falls

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Abbey falls

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

To go to Abbey falls we need to walk and umbrella is must and should during monsoon.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's assistant tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Garden in the tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Shivalay closes at 12pm to 5 pm

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's seat view

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Enjoying the nature

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's seat

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri view point

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Capturing madikeri

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri museum was holiday on monday

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Here we get coffee powder Honey and hand made chocolates

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Night swing time

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Leaving madikeri

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri bus stand

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloack room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

Capturing madikeri

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri museum was holiday on monday

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Here we get coffee powder Honey and hand made chocolates

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Night swing time

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Leaving madikeri

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri bus stand

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon shotter

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Hall

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

See the 3d carving below ivory

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon ball holder

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Hampi express

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Abbey falls

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Abbey falls

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

To go to Abbey falls we need to walk and umbrella is must and should during monsoon.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's assistant tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Garden in the tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Shivalay closes at 12pm to 5 pm

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's seat view

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Enjoying the nature

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's seat

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri view point

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon shooter

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloack room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

Night swing time

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Leaving madikeri

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri bus stand

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon shotter

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Hall

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

See the 3d carving below ivory

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon ball holder

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Hampi express

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Abbey falls

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Abbey falls

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

To go to Abbey falls we need to walk and umbrella is must and should during monsoon.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's assistant tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Garden in the tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Shivalay closes at 12pm to 5 pm

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's seat view

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Enjoying the nature

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's seat

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri view point

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon shooter

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Capturing madikeri

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri museum was holiday on monday

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Here we get coffee powder Honey and hand made chocolates

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloack room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

Night swing time

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Leaving madikeri

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri bus stand

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon shotter

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Hall

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

See the 3d carving below ivory

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon ball holder

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Hampi express

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Abbey falls

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Abbey falls

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

To go to Abbey falls we need to walk and umbrella is must and should during monsoon.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's assistant tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Garden in the tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Shivalay closes at 12pm to 5 pm

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's seat view

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Enjoying the nature

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's seat

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri view point

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon shooter

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Capturing madikeri

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri museum was holiday on monday

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Here we get coffee powder Honey and hand made chocolates

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloack room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

Night swing time

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Leaving madikeri

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri bus stand

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon shotter

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Hall

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

See the 3d carving below ivory

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon ball holder

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Hampi express

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloack room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

Night swing time

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Leaving madikeri

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri bus stand

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon shotter

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Hall

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

See the 3d carving below ivory

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon ball holder

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Mysore palace

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Hampi express

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Abbey falls

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Abbey falls

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

To go to Abbey falls we need to walk and umbrella is must and should during monsoon.

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's assistant tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Garden in the tomb

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Shivalay closes at 12pm to 5 pm

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's seat view

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Enjoying the nature

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Raja's seat

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Madikeri view point

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala
Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Cannon shooter

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

Capturing madikeri

Photo of Monsoon Burst by Diwakar Mogarala

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloack room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloack room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloack room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloak room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloak room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloak room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloak room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

We asusual woke up 7 am and get ready for day 2 plan. We again booked that cab and went to abbey falls. At that time the falls are fully flowing. Then we went to raja's tomb then we went to shivalay but it is closed from 12pm to 5pm.so we moved to raja's seat there the scenic beauty is super. We then went to madikeri city veiw point. Atlast we went to museum but it is also closed because monday is holiday for museum. So we came home and got some food for late nights and home made chocolates from Ái N MÁNE and ordered food from swiggy. Then next day we started to mysore and went to mysore palace. We moved to hampi in the evening upto that time we kept our luggages in cloak room. So have a mini lock and key, because they don't have our luggage without these.we started hampi at 6.30 pm

Day 4

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green wood hotel then atlast reach vittala temple and started trekking and reached virupakshi temple. Atlast we

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green wood hotel then atlast reach vittala temple and started trekking and reached virupakshi temple. Atlast we enjoyed sunset by climbing boulders.

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green wood hotel then atlast reach vittala temple and started trekking and reached virupakshi temple. Atlast we enjoyed sunset by climbing boulders.

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green wood hotel then atlast reach vittala temple and started trekking and reached virupakshi temple. Atlast we enjoyed sunset by climbing boulders. Comedy here is my friends are MBBS final year and their results are anounced when we were trekking with zero network signal. Except Bsnl nothing is there. They called and get known about their results

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green wood hotel then atlast reach vittala temple and started trekking and reached virupakshi temple. Atlast we enjoyed sunset by climbing boulders. Comedy here is my friends are MBBS final year and their results are anounced when we were trekking with zero network signal. Except Bsnl nothing is there. They called and get known about their results. We exhausted totally and reached our room.

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green wood hotel then atlast reach vittala temple and started trekking and reached virupakshi temple. Atlast we enjoyed sunset by climbing boulders. Comedy here is my friends are MBBS final year and their results are anounced when we were trekking with zero network signal. Except Bsnl nothing is there. They called and get known about their results. We exhausted totally and reached our room.

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green wood hotel then atlast reach vittala temple and started trekking and reached virupakshi temple. Atlast we enjoyed sunset by climbing boulders. Comedy here is my friends are MBBS final year and their results are anounced when we were trekking with zero network signal. Except Bsnl nothing is there. They called and get known about their results. We exhausted totally and reached our room.

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green wood hotel then atlast reach vittala temple and started trekking and reached virupakshi temple. Atlast we enjoyed sunset by climbing boulders. Comedy here is my friends are MBBS final year and their results are anounced when we were trekking with zero network signal. Except Bsnl nothing is there. They called and get known about their results. We exhausted totally and reached our room.

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green wood hotel then atlast reach vittala temple and started trekking and reached virupakshi temple. Atlast we enjoyed sunset by climbing boulders. Comedy here is my friends are MBBS final year and their results are anounced when we were trekking with zero network signal. Except Bsnl nothing is there. They called and get known about their results. We exhausted totally and reached our room.

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green wood hotel then atlast reach vittala temple and started trekking and reached virupakshi temple. Atlast we enjoyed sunset by climbing boulders. Comedy here is my friends are MBBS final year and their results are anounced when we were trekking with zero network signal. Except Bsnl nothing is there. They called and get known about their results. We exhausted totally and reached our room.

We reached hosepet at morning 6 and walked to our booked hotel. We refreshed over there and started to hampi. We hired an auto driver, he took 150 ruppees per head. We went many places and at noon we had lunch at green wood hotel then atlast reach vittala temple and started trekking and reached virupakshi temple. Atlast we enjoyed sunset by climbing boulders. Comedy here is my friends are MBBS final year and their results are anounced when we were trekking with zero network signal. Except Bsnl nothing is there. They called and get known about their results. We exhausted totally and reached our room.

Day 5

Today we decided to rent a bike. We rent a bike at kamalapur. And decided to go hippies island it take around 20 km. Then we returned back and went to tottis cafe. There the view is fantastic. And we had good food. Then we went to anjanadri hill where hanuman was said to be born. There we climbed up and then we get down in another way because they wrote "hanuman janm sthal" there its all are fake and we get down over there and dogs barking at us we silently rushed into a temple over there. And from there we need to walk a km to reach anjanadri hill to get our bikes. Then we went to virupakshi temple and

Today we decided to rent a bike. So today night we had train to renigunta, so we kept our luggage at bus stand cloak room. We rent a bike at kamalapur. And decided to go hippies island it take around 20 km. Then we returned back and went to tottis cafe. There the view is fantastic. And we had good food. Then we went to anjanadri hill where hanuman was said to be born. There we climbed up and then we get down in another way because they wrote "hanuman janm sthal" there its all are fake and we get down over there and dogs barking at us we silently rushed into a temple over there. And from there we need to walk a km to reach anjanadri hill to get our bikes. Then we went to virupakshi temple and we went chill out restaurant and ate our dinner and reached kamlapur and gave back bikes and moved to hospet bustand and get back our luggages and reached railway station and reached renigunta 7 am.

Today we decided to rent a bike. So today night we had train to renigunta, so we kept our luggage at bus stand cloak room. We rent a bike at kamalapur. And decided to go hippies island it take around 20 km. Then we returned back and went to tottis cafe. There the view is fantastic. And we had good food. Then we went to anjanadri hill where hanuman was said to be born. There we climbed up and then we get down in another way because they wrote "hanuman janm sthal" there its all are fake and we get down over there and dogs barking at us we silently rushed into a temple over there. And from there we need to walk a km to reach anjanadri hill to get our bikes. Then we went to virupakshi temple and we went chill out restaurant and ate our dinner and reached kamlapur and gave back bikes and moved to hospet bustand and get back our luggages and reached railway station and reached renigunta 7 am.

Today we decided to rent a bike. So today night we had train to renigunta, so we kept our luggage at bus stand cloak room. We rent a bike at kamalapur. And decided to go hippies island it take around 20 km. Then we returned back and went to tottis cafe. There the view is fantastic. And we had good food. Then we went to anjanadri hill where hanuman was said to be born. There we climbed up and then we get down in another way because they wrote "hanuman janm sthal" there its all are fake and we get down over there and dogs barking at us we silently rushed into a temple over there. And from there we need to walk a km to reach anjanadri hill to get our bikes. Then we went to virupakshi temple and we went chill out restaurant and ate our dinner and reached kamlapur and gave back bikes and moved to hospet bustand and get back our luggages and reached railway station and reached renigunta 7 am.

Today we decided to rent a bike. So today night we had train to renigunta, so we kept our luggage at bus stand cloak room. We rent a bike at kamalapur. And decided to go hippies island it take around 20 km. Then we returned back and went to tottis cafe. There the view is fantastic. And we had good food. Then we went to anjanadri hill where hanuman was said to be born. There we climbed up and then we get down in another way because they wrote "hanuman janm sthal" there its all are fake and we get down over there and dogs barking at us we silently rushed into a temple over there. And from there we need to walk a km to reach anjanadri hill to get our bikes. Then we went to virupakshi temple and we went chill out restaurant and ate our dinner and reached kamlapur and gave back bikes and moved to hospet bustand and get back our luggages and reached railway station and reached renigunta 7 am.

Today we decided to rent a bike. So today night we had train to renigunta, so we kept our luggage at bus stand cloak room. We rent a bike at kamalapur. And decided to go hippies island it take around 20 km. Then we returned back and went to tottis cafe. There the view is fantastic. And we had good food. Then we went to anjanadri hill where hanuman was said to be born. There we climbed up and then we get down in another way because they wrote "hanuman janm sthal" there its all are fake and we get down over there and dogs barking at us we silently rushed into a temple over there. And from there we need to walk a km to reach anjanadri hill to get our bikes. Then we went to virupakshi temple and we went chill out restaurant and ate our dinner and reached kamlapur and gave back bikes and moved to hospet bustand and get back our luggages and reached railway station and reached renigunta 7 am.

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