It was our last day in Ooty, though we planned to go for Doddabeta peak and Avalanche Lake but unfortunately both of them were closed since it was badly hit during the floods.
So, we decided to go for the Emerald lake but unfortunately had to return back half way since the roads were blocked due to rain.
I felt really disheartened while returning back while my husband thought of exploring the city in a different way.
So, make my mood he took me to my favourite restaurant in Ooty- Earl's secret, after having my favourite desert he told me let's explore the unexplored. I had no idea what it meant, he asked to keep patience and enjoy the ride. He wanted to take me to the top view point but since the roads were blocked and we wanted the best view of Ooty he took me to a tea factory which was visible from the base of the city. And to my surprise he didn't enter the tea factory but rather entered the Eagles Dare Adventures(situated right beside the tea factory). It was a dream come true moment just when I entered. Honestly, I had planned each and every spot of my trip by spending n no. Of hours watching Ooty blogs and and none of them mentioned about this.
It was around 5.40pm when we reached here and I could see the sun setting in the mountains and the whole of Ooty town. Trust me it's worth everything it takes you to reach there.
I had never imagined during my entire trip that I would meet with such mesmerizing views of the whole city while the sun is setting down. This last part of my trip was the best thing that happened to me till date. I would always cherish these views.
Have a look at these views.
And yes if you planning to go to Ooty, add this to your bucket list and please visit this place during sunset. Trust me there is nothing like it. You are fall in love with it.
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Till then Good Bye😄😄