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My Summer Vacation to Ooty
- Every year we plan a trip during summer vacation
- This year, it was very hot in our place
- So, we planned our trip to Ooty
- Ooty is one of the best hill stations in India
- We visited the Flower Show and enjoyed it very much
My Summer Vacation – Ooty : (Short Essay)
Summer Vacation is the time for fun and enjoyment. We plan trips during summer vacation every year. We stay in Madurai and our place was very hot this Summer. We planned to visit a good hill station and spend time with our family. We went in a van with all our cousins’ family. It was great entertainment touring and staying with everyone. We stayed in a resort for 3 days. We visited all famous destinations in Ooty. The best experience was the flower show. It was overwhelming to see so many colorful all at a time in one single place.
My Summer Vacation – Ooty : (Brief Essay)
Ooty is one of the best hill stations in our country. She is called the Queen of Hill Stations. We have been planning to go to the best place during our summer vacation. Many people suggested us to go to Ooty for its cold weather and awesome spots.
We planned a 5 day trip to Ooty and booked a resort before a week. We packed our luggage and boarded the train to Mettupalayam. From there, we booked a van and reached a resort in Ooty. In contrast to the Summer heat in our city, our trip to Ooty gave us a pleasant feeling. This cold temperature and wonderful natural sceneries are the center of attraction.
The whole environment of Ooty – Dodabetta Peak, Sims Park, Pykara Lake, Tea Garden and many more drew us into happiness straight away. Boating in the lake would be really fun filled if you are going with a bunch of people. We took many photos in the most amazing scenery spots and those are memorable till now. The most awesome part of Ooty is the Botanical Garden. Thousands of flowers arranged in a mind blowing manner are the main reason so many tourists to the Botanical garden. The best thing about Ooty is that we will happy in the company of nature. Not only nature, we can also ride horses in Ooty. There are people in Ooty who lend horses for riding; you can enjoy riding if you love to do so. Many of my friends and I tried it out and enjoyed very well. We thoroughly enjoyed each and every place in Ooty and felt comfortable with the food and accommodation. If you want to enjoy your summer vacation, Ooty is one good choice to go with your family and friends.
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My trip to India
Mysticism, warmth, sensuality, beauty and natural surroundings. Lovely experiences, magic and spiritual peace. Energy, purity … a trip through the five senses. It’s the India’s universe…
To describe something intangible, something we only feel has never been easy but I run the risk of trying today in describing one of my best travelling experiences so far. Fun, evasion but above all cultural and spiritual wealth was what I felt in that trip. An exotic destination, one of the richest and most diverse cultures that I ever saw in my life. My advice to you, dear readers? Read a paragraph and close your eyes … dream or remember, as appropriate. But honestly, close your eyes and let yourself be guided by this visual and spiritual journey…
A moment that I will never forget is the sky with orange and rose shades over the Taj Mahal when the sun is coming down. I think that was the moment I felt more feminine, fragile in the middle of so much power and beauty. If the Taj Mahal is regarded as one of the most beautiful architectural works of mankind, imagine it with a scenario so pure and intense behind such as a quiet sunset. No words.
There are several options for sleeping in India but I suggest you only one, the Oberoi Hotel in Udaipur. I only stayed for one night but I assure you, it might possibly be one of the best nights of your life. The service is unique, but the architectural beauty of the building is something transcendent. A beautiful building is extended in a green valley. In one side you can enjoy a nice pool and have a delightful view of the sea.
I remember diving into the pool and staring at the ocean remembering the Portuguese Discoveries on that territory and their fantastic stories about the Indian people, their different traditions and all of those spices and diamonds they took after their expeditions.
Spices … yes, I ate the most exquisite and aphrodisiacs meals in that land. Hot dishes, of all colors and spices. A forkful was a nice sense of sin and a strange taste, different but addictive. A world full of mysteries and pleasures, each bite was a guessing game and a temptation. One of the days I had dinner in a restaurant where the light was very low and had a sweet smell of incense in the air that was quite engaging, which reminded me of the perfume Coco Mademoiselle Chanel. I felt that suppressed by an intensely sensual and mysterious felling. The moment became even more intense when the dancers came to dance Bharathanatyam. It is impossible to describe the enchanted visuals of the beautiful and gentle gestures and poses, light clothing and bold colors that rotate to spread the magic in the air. All of them with that famous Tilak on the forehead, which I think is such a unique and special detail that only those women could ever be allowed to wear.
I cannot say goodbye without mentioning my trip over the elephant painted with vivid colors such as orange, red and blue. I walked in the middle of dirt on it; saw all that magic in swinging the mighty animal. I felt like a real Queen… Next time, I bet with you I will be playing with the beautiful and intriguing Indian tiger…
India is one of my favorite destinations. A destination where each of us can actually feel more “us”, more feminine, more intense and powerful. Power I would say, is the word that describes this country … Have any of you ever visited India? Feel free to share your experience with me!
With love, Janet Morais.