Monsoon odyssey to Munnar

Munnar is a a beautiful hill station  on the Western Ghats of the Indian state of Kerala.The name Munnar is believed to mean “three rivers”, referring to the town’s strategic location at the confluence of the Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers. The heavy monsoon had given bath to the entire hills making it a verdant oasis.

Munnar 90

Munnar is no where in sight, so I focus on the street, I sure was never disappointed. Here are some glimpses:

Auto-rickshaw proudly displays the welcome.

Can’t wait to be there..

Sweet Mangoes at Cheeyappara Waterfalls

Cheeyappara Waterfalls

Sandal soap in dried banana leaf shells

Nature itself was like a painting

The excavator just created the waterfall? 

Scenic road-ways

Breathtaking sights

LPG van amidst mist & trees

Eucalyptus Galore

The Street view

Beautiful roads

Munnar, The beautiful town

Madupetty Damn

Echo point, Munnar

Kathakali – ofcourse !

It kind of ended with “Kathakali” and also realizing that my camera has stopped working – because of heavy shooting
in the rains! I realized it couldn’t auto-focus & I couldn’t set the aperture and with the lens removed it was clicking fine! Next day I was destined for “Allepey! ..and a photographer without a working camera! well.. I secretly thought iphone might just save the day.. wait for the next post.. “Adventures on using a defunct camera”

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  1. arvind says:

    beautiful..

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