Saturday, October 07, 2006

Trip to Goa - 2

Continuing from last post:

Londa to Madagao Train journey:

As mentioned in earlier post, we went to Madagao from Londa by Pune-Ernakulam express. The journey is completely through western ghats and the scenic beauty is unmatchable. One has to just take this stretch to enjoy the nature. This is part of Konkan railways.

Dhud Sagar:

There is a huge, beautiful, mindblowing waterfall called Dhud Sagar just beside railway track in this route. We had got this information through net. It was amazing experience to see the falls through moving train.

The falls look as if milk is flowing down from heaven. "Dudh" in Hindi means Milk. There is a train station called Dudh sagar station. One can get down there and have a small trek towards the falls. It would be life time experience.

Amazing journey, Superb scenic beauty, Excellent greenery.

This boy must be appreciated a lot. He is dumb boy. He was the one who alerted us just before the falls was reached. We could have missed the view of falls if this guy was not there. Thank s a lot boy..

Rest in next post ..


Shashi said...

You guys took this route. We chose Mangalore to Madgaon route. We could not go to Dhud sagar because it was raining heavily.

satishds said...

che very bad , we went in innova driving all the way to Goa....i missed all these beautiful sceneries..where were u in GOA?

Prathibimba said...

Nice photo of the boy!

Kishan said...

super trips, super snaps ree sara...

and BTW ur comment was hilarious...
"enadaru sariye modhalu maanavanaagu"...biddu biddu nakdhe...:-)

Sri said...

Catching up on the blogs...well, I still have many places to visit and many more journeys to begin... :))

Satish said...

hello Karthik

i come across ur page from google search..

ನಿಮ್ಮ ಹತ್ರಾ ನಿತ್ಯೋಸ್ತ್ಸವ ಹಾಡಿನ ಕರೊಕೆ (karoke) ಇದ್ಯ? ಇಧ್ಡರೆ ಧಯವಿಟ್ಟು ಕಳಿಸಿ

- ಸತೀಶ್

(nimma hathraa nithyOsthsava haadina karoke idhya? iDdare Dayavittu kaLisi

- satheesh)

niki yokota said...

all photos look awesome!!!!
wat a cute boy! great smile.. ^^

Canary said...

Lots of people seem to be gracing goa these days :)
just dropped by from a fren's blog who had also featured goa in his latest post :)