Looks like Athimrampalli falls.Kerala????Though it's long time since i went. But looks similar.
I couldn't guess where, but what a gorgeous cascade!! I would like to vacation there, too :)
Courtallam?? Lovely pics. You must have had lovely time
seriously would love to be there right now...feels like I might have seen something like this..but then....maybe in dreams!..:)
I cant guess, but the pictures are awesome! I can almost hear the water rush.Please do send the sun-dried preserve recipe to the shelf. I'll be happy to include it.
Is it chaalakudi falls?
Somewhere near Theni? The falls look similar, not the greenery :)
Thanks a lot for stopping by!!I bet u had a great vacation, it looks soo pretty.your site is a nice place too. Those sweets look so yum:-)
Thanks for stopping by! I bet you had a great vacation. What a pretty place. You have a very nice website too. Those sweets look yum:-)
BTW.. I have never come across any green methi seeds either. The place where they had served that is pretty self sufficient with their own farm. so it must have been a very locale dish.
Archana - Bingo!!! It is Vazhachal falls which is a few kilometers upwards from the Athirappally falls.Linda, it is indeed gorgeous. Jaya, I did have a good time....and it is athirappally in thrissur.Valli, Kerala isn't too far. Take a break and go for it.Roma, will send it in. Thank you.Nirmala - yes....athirappally in chalakkudi, thrissur.Soma, thank you.
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