I feel lucky to have been in quite a few places this year. And especially to witness some of these memorable sunsets that will forever live in a corner of my heart!
Top Slip, Pollachi: We stayed at a forest outpost in the night. A single structure on 4 stilts on the top of a hillock, with a lovely view of the whole forest. It was eerie and silent, and we were hoping for a tiger’s roar! But it was a quiet night, after all.
McLeodganj, Uttaranchal: A magical place where you can enjoy life at whatever pace you like. I spent a chilled out 3 days taking in the sights and sounds of this small hill town.
Nagarhole Forest, Karnataka: On the way back from Coorg, we made a trip through the jungle, didn’t sight anything much but we did have a wild elephant blocking the path for quite a while.
On the road, Chikmaglur to Bangalore: After a fabulous weekend at a plantation homestay nestled in the hills, this was a bonus to end the trip!
On the road, Bekal to Mangalore: We went to witness the Kadri Kambala festival, but managed to take in quite a few other sights during the time including this gorgeous sunset
Watching the ships sail by, Candolim Beach: A must visit and I’m so glad I made it for Christmas. It was just the perfect way to end 2006!
11 thoughts on “Looking back at 2006!”
Great theme and wonderful photos! Have a great time @ Goa.
Season’s Greetings!!! Hope you visit many more wonderful places in 2007.
Hey, McLeodganj is in H.P na 🙂
Photos were very nice!
great way to sum up the year 🙂
I have been watching your blog ,your Flickr and your contribution to the BLR METRO Blogging for quite sometime..and your contribution in all of them is noteworthy !!! I dont know how you find time for all these and your work(May I know wat do u do by profession ??). You have gone to many trips tat too not concentrating on any single part of INDIA – tat’s cool !!! Well HAPPY NEW YEAR and will keep waiting for more snaps from u !!!
Ur posts ar par excellent strikes… Keep up the good work.. I m posting a querry here, Is McLeodGunj also somewhere there in Uttaranchal?? I had been to Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh where I spotted a small town with the same name… Jus out of curiosity!!!
Wishing u goos posts ahead and a happy rocking new year…
Hey… awesome pics… must say you get around quite a bit… keep travelling…. have fun…. and yeah thats a cute cat too…. 🙂
The topics are really great. Seems like you have a flair to write on various topics. I would like you to visit mine and add the website into the Indian Blogger list if its apt for the same. You have done awesome job on collecting the list. Great going 😉 Best luck …