I had a single day left as part of my trip to Coorg, and I was confused if I wished to cover Brahmangiri hills to visit the origin of river Kaveri or should I visit Mandalpatti peak. The confusion got settled when I figured that as a sunset lover I might find more peace at the peak and also spend some time with myself and the setting sun.
The journey to Mandalpatti is very interesting itself, as the roads that lead to the peak are in bad condition, there are jeeps available for you to hire that also run on sharing basis. For a minimal amount, I hired the jeep and so started the journey, the road were in very bad condition due to which many tourists or travelers were unable to get their private cars to the top which also somewhere works as a profit point got these jeep drivers as it works as their livelihood and business. The jeep that I had hired, ran out of fuel but we weren't that far from the peak so we walked and made it. There you have to buy a pass of 25 rs and then yous tart your 5 minutes climb to the peak point. Upon reaching I found that it too was crowded and many people just the way I did, decided to visit this peak today, I wanted to do some photography so I decided to find place a little bit away from all the hustle and as I looked around I saw another peak which no one seem to be climbing, it was 25 minutes climb and I decided to take it. On the way to the other peak I had a very interesting rendez vous with the herd of bees, 1000 of bees seem to be flowing away with the wind, my instant reaction was to get down on the ground,but the moment they were all gone I got up and I was laughing on my interesting adventure. It was the best decision i could have made though. After reaching the other peak, I could seem that there was no one around and the view was so serene and peaceful, I could also see some forest fires on my right and the moment I turned to my left i saw the sun, and after a little while when it was time for the sun to set which came too soon, I could see the Horizon., It was the most beautiful moment of my life, I had never seen the horizon so clear and Visible and I could see the whole process of the sun setting and I was there, I was a part of it.