For the long vacation I visited a friend (Jayanth) in Mangalore and we decided to travel to Goa and visit an off-beat location called Dudhsagar waterfall. The Dudhsagar waterfall travel experience deserves a separate post.

Since I traveled a lot on the train and as I passed many stations, tunnels, bridges, waterways, scenic mountains and dense jungles on my train route, I feel it appropriate to publish a post on the various scenes one normally witnesses in such a journey.

My neighbors hand in the foreground and workers on the railway track in the background. Traveled for more than half of the journey seated on the foot board. Pic taken somewhere between Sakleshpur and Subramanya.


Below pictures taken during the train journey from Mangalore to Goa



Goa to Dudhsagar.



Date: 21st to 24th September 2009
Place: Konkan Belt, Karnataka and Goa

Anoop Hullenahalli

An Electronics Engineer working on wireless embedded systems for a living. Traveling, photographing and sharing my experiences here at ANUBIMB helps me unwind and break the monotony of life.


Vishwa · 4 Oct ’09 at 5:03 pm

>Dudhsagar is a very green scenic area, I should also to sometime here. I think while returning from goa via belgaum may be we travelled via dudhsagar, not sure if it is the same in the pic 🙂

Arun · 4 Oct ’09 at 5:52 pm

>Does the train stop at Yedakumeri? And at Dudhsagar?

anoop · 4 Oct ’09 at 7:07 pm

>vishwa: yup, its the same waterfall. Dudhsagar is the last station in Goa before entering into Belgaum in Karnataka.

Arun: the train does stop at Yedakumari, but yedakumari is on the route from Hassan to Mangalore. Trains originating from Goa don't stop at Dudhsagar but the ones from Karnataka do stop.

Smilie! · 5 Oct ’09 at 4:50 am

>Fabulous as always! 🙂 🙂


Rohini Kamath · 7 Oct ’09 at 5:40 am

>oh i love the first pic!!! Second one too! We just got back from a short trip to Wayanad.

anoop · 7 Oct ’09 at 9:32 am

>shalini: thanks as always :p

rohini: waynad, cool! where all did you go? I have been to meenmutti falls, chembra peak and edkal gudda.

shruthi · 9 Oct ’09 at 3:13 pm

>hi Anoop….
i just recently came across ur blog… and i realy feel ur photography as well as writing is extremely wonderful.
i had a look at ur each and every picture…!! they r just perfect..!! i just loved them..!!

keep going….

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