After another hour or so, we reached nearby Malalli falls, where we saw people passing by telling us something, and we stopped in between to clarify what was going on. Some people said, that police was around the place. That was a bit alarming. We stopped at a local shop, and two of our friends who understood local language got to to that a person had died in the fall. It was shocking. However, we decided to continue, and reached the fall. It was a massive descent, and lots of stairs. Since it wasn't rains awhile, the waterfall was pretty bleak. Going down, we saw that the waterfall base was off limits for public, however people go in there, and this place has its fair share of accidents.. So, guys be careful if u go here, especially if it's rainy/post-rainy. Mind the stairs and be careful near the waterfall.. After this, we had lots of Maggi and lemon/orange juice from the local shop. It was extremely fulfilling.. it was around 4pm by now. After this we went on our way to Bangalore, stopping for lunch and snacks in between. We reached by 11pm or so to our places, Sunday night. Coorg was a decent weekend trip. We skipped a couple of places that are part of a usual two day itinerary like Dubare Elephant Camp, Tala Cauvery, Tibetan monastery and so on, since we were a large group, and people wanted to relax more than to be on a hectic tour schedule. But again, it's the people with whom u do what u do, destinations are just a part of the journey 😉 Another piece if advice, If u go in winter or summer, perhaps you will find this place a bit overhyped. I'd wonder that post monsoon/early winters might be the best time to appreciate the beauty of places like this, without getting into leeches and muddy roads. Until next time!