Tuesday, April 14, 2009

She's really beautiful!

She's looking really gorgeous. Is it not?

Oh...don't get confused. I was talking about that green tea-plantations in the background. :)

Last week, I had a trip to Munnar with Amma and Achan. Trip was really good. We were there for 2 nights and 3 days. Enjoyed a lot. Trip was simply superb!

To be frank, I don't like reading blogs explaining someone's trip to somewhere. I usually get bored reading such literary travelogues. So, I think it's better not to tax you, making you read the whole story "Trip to Munnar". Shall put some snaps taken from there. Let them speak....

On the way to Rajamala Hills

Boating in Old-Munnar Hydal Park

Fuzzy! Foggy! Hazy!

Munnar Church on Easter night

View from the Top-Station. see the Mountain foldings.

Green meadows...

..Ride on 'Lakshmi'..
The most wonderful experience I had during our trip.

Garden fresh yummy-yummy Carrots!

View from Mattupetti dam

..Photo Collage..
Lots of varities of flowers from the Old-Munnar Hydal park.

Soo.. nice the place is...so beautiful! I love that place. The greenery there, tea plantations, romantic climate [:)], foggy-misty mountains kissing the sky and everything and everything made our trip memorable.

Bye bye Munnar...

Signing off,


Sakeeb said...

I too went to Munnar with a few friends. Your photos have captured most of the tourist attractions there. I especially liked the collage.

I agree that travelogue is really boring if people explaining what they did and what they saw. A nice travelogue should say what they experienced and most probably the experience will be completely different for another person.

BTW, if you are interested in seeing my munnar photos - http://www.flickr.com/photos/sakeeb/tags/munnar

Anonymous said...

Munnar - the best place in the world! :) awesome pics.

Anonymous said...

yes, she is really beautiful.

Nice photographs.

Pediyaayille aanappurathu kayariyappol?

Sands | കരിങ്കല്ല് said...

That carrot picture is excellent.

Anonymous said...

Beware of snakes in the Tea garden. I had heared snakes like King Cobra like wet and cool atmosphere. And the tea gardens provide the perfect ecosystem for them.

Happy hacking.

Anonymous said...

One of the place in Kerala that makes you believe it is indeed 'God's owm country'..

BTW, Nice pics.. :)


Bristow said...

You missed Anayirangal dam and the view point... it's one of the most beautiful spots in Munnar...

Nice snaps nly...

DEEPAK M R said...

kidilan photos priya...

Hailstone said...

@ Sakeeb,

Saw your photos.. Really superb photos..

@ Anoop,

Thank you.

@ Anony,

Pediyo enikko...
Pakshe, aana kurachu speedil nadannappol, cheriyoru bayam thonni ;)

@ Chetta,


Hailstone said...

@ Sujith,
Thanks for the information.. Mumbu arinjirunnuvenkil, I wouldn't have gone to that gardens... :)

Happy Hacking :)

@ Vivek, Bristow,

@ Deepak,
This is your first comment in my blog, I guess. So, a special thanks :)

RoHiT said...

nice pics... a photo blog is obviously better than a written one.... ya.. what Bristow said.. aanayirangal, where we had enjoyed the most during our 1&2 trip...
good post altogether

Anonymous said...

വെട്ടിനിരത്താന്‍ മറന്നുപോയ ചിലത്
ഇനിയും ബാക്കിയുണ്ടല്ലേ അവിടെ
അച്ചുമാന്‍ പ്ലീസ് ടേക്ക് note......

mrniiiceguy said...

ur heading says "she is really beautiful" ... then why the "Is it not?" ... u seem to like reassurances and approvals, even i like to know what others would think ... and yeah "SHE" is beautiful ...

Which camera do u use ???

Hailstone said...

@ Rohit,
Thank you.

@ അനോണീ,
ഞാന്‍ കണ്ടു പിടിച്ചേ... :)
ആ ഇനിയും ബാക്കിയുണ്ട് ഒരുപാട്.

@ mrniiiceguy,
Thanks for dropping by here..
And my camera is Olympus FE-370.


RoHiT said...

ohh.. enda ne... orennam moshaya aduthathu.. enikum ingane aarengilum kore camera vangichu tharan undayirunnnengil..... ;)

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