See the route map below, I drew a 200 km long Heart at the Heart of Kerala in my bike. First headed towards Idukki from Pala. Stopped at Nadukani view point to see the breathtaking view of Moolamattom town. From the view point you can see the town as a valley between two mountains. The… Read More Idukki
Previous day I visited Kumarakom and halted in Kottayam in my sister’s place. Morning I started from Kottayam towards Kollam. After driving through NH 47 for sometime, I could see the Arabian sea parallel to the road on my right side. Randomly stopped at a point and was lucky to found this small hidden beach.… Read More Kollam
Morning when I started riding to Poonjar from home in Pala, I had no further plans. But after reaching there I felt the drive was finished soon. Then I saw a signboard to Sabarimala and picked up that direction. The thought process was to drive till the roads are good and I am not tired.… Read More Sabarimala
Drove to Kuttikanam, my cousin also joined in his bike. We started from home after breakfast. The roads are amazing for bikers till Kuttikanam. From there we headed towards vagamon and then back to Pala via Thodupuzha. Here are some of the photos, please see them in a big screen instead of mobile.
Vembanad lake view from the resort we stayed in Kumarakom.
Suddenly decided to go for a short drive Sunday after noon and it ended up up with a 100km ride & the most enjoyable ride so far in my Interceptor. I didn’t have a destination in mind, but was just following the road and finally reached Melukav. It’s a shame for me to say that… Read More Melukav
Solo bike trip to Vagamon
Got my new ride – Royal Enfield Interceptor 650. After selling my old bullet and living without a ride for sometime, I badly wanted one. I took Himalayan, Thunderbird, Triumph Street Twin and Interceptor for rent to test drive. Street Twin was the best but at three times the price of Interceptor. Finally chose Interceptor,… Read More Interceptor 650
Rubber plantations in Pala
Savandurga is a hill 60 km west of Bengaluru, off the Magadi road. The hill is considered to be among the largest monolith hills in Asia. The hill rises to 1226 m above sea level and forms a part of the Deccan plateau. Read on… This was slightly easier than our earlier trekking to Madhugiri View from top of the hill