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Coorg is a major coffee producing region in India and a perfect place to spend time with nature. The forests of Coorg are part of the Western Ghats, now a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Iruppu waterfalls are in South Coorg.

 

Read about our Homestay experience in Coorg

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Nagarhole National Park is a tiger reserve in Coorg, Karnataka, a state in south India. We didn't see the tiger but did see the Indian bison, wild hogs, mongoose and the famous Malabar giant squirrel. Sighting or not, it's a highly recommended experience. The early morning air, the smells and sounds of the forest - it's

overwhelming being there witnessing it all!

 

Read more about our visit to Nagarhole at Coorg: Of coffee, wilderness and our first travel together

Light is coming through

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Indian Motorcycle, xBhp

This is usually how coffee is prepared at South Indian weddings- a big 'ol steaming tub of milk meticulously mixed at great heights with a South Indian Filter Coffee Liqueur. Rich, dark and delicious! Best coffee there is!

This is usually how coffee is prepared at South Indian weddings- a big 'ol steaming tub of milk meticulously mixed at great heights with a South Indian Filter Coffee Liqueur. Rich, dark and delicious! Best coffee there is!

Photo taken on : 05.03.2012

Place : Havlock Island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India

  

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mundos diferentes

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Comma Coffee Indian, Carson City, Nevada

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A panoramic shot from the summit of Mullayanagiri.

The beautiful Chikmagalur is seen here. Located in the foothills of Mullayanagiri range the town is known for its coffee and tea estates.

 

Santoshpur Avenue, Kolkata.

This is usually how coffee is prepared at South Indian weddings- a big 'ol steaming tub of milk meticulously mixed at great heights with a South Indian Filter Coffee Liqueur. Rich, dark and delicious! Best coffee there is!

I am in my hometown for a small break and loving the time off. Was trying to find a background for my food photos to do a temp set up and found this small table which is just perfect.

 

Oranges are in season now and very cheap here, so what better way to start the day.

 

I also had a small walk in the wheat fields during golden hour, the wheat is at a perfect ripeness for clicking snaps...has not turned yellow yet but the fields are still green.

 

Only issue I am facing is choppy internet here, and uploading anything is taking hell lot of time.

after rain... have a great week all!

 

Better Large On Black

Stormy

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A hot water flask to get that coffee and tea moving.

Coffee Plum, Indian Plum, Indian Cherry; Salicaceae.

 

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Dattagiri / Baba Budangiri (or Bababudangiri or Baba Budan Giri) is a mountain in the Dattagiri Hill Range / Baba Budan Giri Range of the Western Ghats of India. Located in the Chikkamagaluru District of Karnataka, Dattagiri/ Baba Budangiri is known for its shrine which is a place of pilgrimage for both Hindus and Muslims.

 

Peaks in the Dattagiri / Baba Budan Giri Range are the Mullayanagiri and Dattagiri/Baba Budangiri (height 1895 m).

 

Mullayanagiri also spelt Mullayangiri or Mullainagiri is the highest peak in the Baba Budan Giri Range. With a height of 1930 m (6317 ft.), it is the highest peak between the Himalayas and the Nilgiris.

 

Baba Budan was a 17th century Sufi, revered by Muslims , whose shrine is at Baba Budangiri, Karnataka, India. According to legend, he introduced coffee to India by bringing beans from the port of Mocha, Yemen.Stewart Lee Allen (The Devil's Cup: Coffee, the Driving Force in History), Mark Pendergrast Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and How It Transformed Our World, and Antony Wild (Coffee: A Dark History) relate that legend attributes Baba Budan—an Indian Sufi whose real name was Hazrat Shah Jamer Allah Mazarabi (Allen) -- with breaking the Arab monopoly over the coffee trade around 1600. Apparently, when on a pilgrimage to Mecca, he brought out seven live coffee beans, via Yemen back to India to plant in the Baba Budangiri mountain ranges.

Off to see a play at the Hippodrome. Turned out to be a bit of a let down. Did spend a long time talking with an Indian colleague this afternoon afterwards, and enjoyed it.

 

Ate some Tibetan noodles from a stall in the city center for lunch, and Bibimbap from TukTuk for dinner.

 

Feeling pretty tired now though.

Tuesday coffee from Urban Bean with an Indian elephant

Sovereign Sovereign

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on our trip from Durban to Cape Town we visted the beautiful Coffee Bay

 

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THE INDIAN Coffee House, on Bankim Chatterjee Street, is better known as the Coffee House of Calcutta.The Indian Coffee Workers’ Cooperative Society Limited has been running the establishment since 1958.

The history of this prestigious building dates back to 1876 when the Albert Hall was founded. Later the coffee board, in order to wean away the tea drinkers and popularise this drink, started the Coffee House in 1942. It gradually became a meeting place of people from the world of arts and culture.The Coffee House of Calcutta has had the honour of seeing the emergence of literary figures who are household names today. It used to be the meeting place for those who tried their hands at penning prose or poetry. The promising ones got willing listeners who listened in rapt attention and commented – all over a cup of coffee. Then there were the little magazine crowd who took to printing their own works because no one else wanted to give them the breaks. These young hopefuls harboured thoughts of one day rising up to the level of the established ones. And, one just cannot ignore the ones who sought each other’s company for brief moments in between regular classes – to share their innermost feelings and profess love. The Coffee House was the gateway to freedom; it was a way of life for the collegians.

 

The wonderful song by Manna Dey (‘Coffee houser shei addata nei, aaj aar nei…’) really takes one back in time to those carefree days when dreams were woven and broken. The building of the Indian Coffee House in Kolkata is a tribute to the leading lights of Bengali literature, cinema, arts and politics who spent hours discussing and debating on matters that helped society.

    

In Heaven

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Coffee Plum, Indian Plum, Indian Cherry; Salicaceae.

 

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"......From Chang La it was all downhill. We passed the small army camp at Tsoltak and then headed in a south-easterly direction towards Durbuk valley. The army has a major military presence at Durbuk and Tangtse as these are the last permanent human settlements till the Chinese border at Pangong Tso. Tangtse is the official gateway to the Changthang and we had to check in at the office of the Wildlife Department. We also had our breakfast here consisting of chicken sandwiches and coffee. The altitude here was a comfortable 12,000 ft so we did not face any breathing difficulties...."

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