After Abbey falls we decided to go to Talacauvery as we need to go back to Bangalore at evening time. The road to Talacauvery is hilly and only the skilled driver can drive along the roads. You can see greenery on the side of the roads and its a treat to watch. Talacauvery is believed to be the birth place of the sacred river Cauvery and thousands of pilgrims visit in the month of October to watch the sudden upsurge of water. Just near to that you can climb the Brahmagiri hills from there you can see the great view of the hills. Check out the view from the Brahmagiri hill:
When we came down it was 5 pm in the evening and we need to go back as thats the last day of our holidays. On the way back we stopped at a beekeeping farm. Coorg honey is quite famous and its prepared naturally using the traditional way. They were selling all varities of honey viz. Rose honey and he named some more which I can’t recollect now. My friends purchased a couple of bottles but I didn’t, well, i don’t like honey. Instead, I took some coffee and I am still using it. Coffee is also produced in great quantity in Coorg and you will get the raw coffee. Its not filtered and it has a nice taste. You can also take the filtered one but I preferred the raw one. We also took some cardamom(elaichi) and spices which were quite cheap as compared to the prices in Bangalore.
When we were going back I was having a thought to go to Brindavan gardens in Mysore as we need to go to Mysore anyhow while returning and the garden is amazing at night time. Well, as there was limited time we decided to go there some other time. On the way back we stopped in Kushalnagar for the dinner as you will get it only in Mysore after that. After the dinner I had a series of naps till we reached Bangalore. The trip was over and I was fully tired. It was overall a good trip and I recommend it if you are looking for a weekend outing.