Passed by the temple and climbed a little higher and on reaching the top, I know its worth it. The ride is worth it. and I must say its a beautiful view overseeing the plains and other smaller hills from atop. Though the sky was not that clear and its misty too. So couldn’t get any good shots. Took a few photos, rested a while and enjoyed the view and the cool breeze.
|Few steps towards the temple
|Laksminarayanswami Cave Temple
|Its not gonna be long before the sun kisses the hills goodnight
|Yet another view from the summit
|She looks good ain’t she? My Avy. 😉
Ride Back: Its almost 5:40 PM now and I know its gonna be dark by the time I reach Bangalore. There is nothing else much to offer in the area though. I met some other bikers from Bangalore, had a small chat with them. And then started my journey back. Its 6:18 PM and I am on my way back along the long winding country road. And reached Bangalore by 8:00 pm. A weekend well spent. And my nomadic soul well fed.
Conclusion: Its sparsely crowded, which is good if you look for solitude in nature’s midst. And it’s a good spot for picnic with friends and family I must say. Even camping, I am told, could be organized. Hmm.. Not a bad thing for those looking to enjoy the night in a countryside, away from city lights with only the starts shining so bright. 😉
Looking forward to the next ride. See you soon. Till then, stay adventurous. Ride Hard. Ride Safe. And keep traveling. Cheers! 😉
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