This year Khwaish has turned five and her birthday been special one with the presence of her grandmother and two aunts with her.So to make occasion more special we planned trip to Ooty to celebrate my little one’s b’day amidst of Nature blessed place.
We made booking in the homestay Marlborough House for our stay in Ooty which was indeed pleasant part of whole trip,big colorful garden in the front of homestay magnifies its beauty with variety of flowers and wooden benches to ease yourself.The whole family fell in love with the place,I would like to specially mentioned the obliging and courteous lady attendant of the homestay made our stay a memorable one ,with her quick services and smile on her face.
Our journey started in the early hours of morning,connecting Bangalore via Mysore highway taking us through Bandipur National Park.We were lucky to witness group of deer,peacock ,langur in the dense forest area.
Once we crossed dense forest of Bandipur next Madhumalai Tiger Reserve was on the way.First came across the view where old lady was catching fish,little strange how in the open she got guts to do fishing in the tiger reserve,must say brave one.
Next interesting story on the way,while crossing Madhumalai forest an elephant blocked the way for 20-25 min ,to and fro traffic was blocked ,in fact we were forced to take car on reverse mode,since these are wild elephant( we had one incident long back while my Waynard trip with elephant trying to come near car and attack while we were clicking its baby pics),so don’t want to take any risk and offend this big creature.With finally elephant moved to Jungle and we were all set free for our continuing journey.
By late afternoon we reached Ooty touching various destination in between ,relaxed ourselves with tea and my hubby after continues driving of 6-7 hours after long night shift went to sleep,in the meantime rest of the family planned to explore the homestay and beauty of nature.
So we had great time clicking beautiful,well maintained garden and lovely family time.End of the day one and little chirping bird saying bye for the day.