A photo blog – Coastal Karnataka during Monsoon

Jeevan and I badly needed a getaway. Our home at Kapu was empty and so we decided to make that our homestay 🙂 Treat to the eyes, this region will rejuvenate you like no other with its greenery and beautiful people. Sharing some pictures of this trip with you all!

Cocooned

Cocooned

A bridge we found

A bridge we found

Ah.. my green hills :)

Ah.. my green hills 🙂

The ferociuos Maruvanthe

The ferociuos Maruvanthe

Symmetry - Uppinakudru

Symmetry – Uppinakudru

Walk in the rain

Walk in the rain

Dead man's chest

Dead man’s chest

That perfect picture :)

That perfect picture 🙂

Uppinakuduru

Uppinakuduru

Kodi Beach

Kodi Beach

While driving down the coastal belt

While driving down the coastal belt

While driving down the coastal belt

While driving down the coastal belt

Kesarugadde Aata - A fun monsoon sport

Kesarugadde Aata – A fun monsoon sport

Behind the scenes :)

Behind the scenes 🙂

Watch the river, listen to the ocean

Watch the river, listen to the ocean

Jeevan's childhood

Jeevan’s childhood

The gorgeous Shashihitlu

The gorgeous Shashihitlu

Put myself in the way of another setting sun :)

Put myself in the way of another setting sun 🙂

A sea, a river, an estuary and a purple shell

A sea, a river, an estuary and a purple shell

Never tire of this view - Kolachi KamblaNever tire of this view – Kolachi Kambla

Trip Details
Date: Jun 18,19 2016
Places visited: Kundapur, Maruvante, Uppinakudru, Kodi Beach, Mulki, Kolachi Kambla, Shashi Hitlu, Kapu

 

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2 thoughts on “A photo blog – Coastal Karnataka during Monsoon

    1. Absolutely. Infact I feel that way about India. There is sooo much to see and experience here! And every trip, I meet someone new and they speak about yet another hidden treasure and the list only becomes longer 🙂

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