Sunday, 2 January 2011

Cliffs of Cherrapunjee Revisited

Nohkalikai Falls near Cherrapunjee

On the way back from our trip to the living bridges we had the welcome chance to revisit the beautiful cliffs of Cherapunjee, which we visited 3 years earlier in 2006. Still looks about the same as last time, but none the less impressive for that reason.

Cliffs just outside Cherrapunjee Town. This is one of the wettest places on earth, although vast majority of this rain falls in monsoon season. You can literally see the traces of the water masses in the landscape, even several months after monsoon season

(We visited Cherrapunjee on 21 December 2009)

4 comments:

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I appreciate your blog writing!
We are a Sweden based social media company and have clients in India as well as in Europe. I am looking for blog writers to be members of Spot and Tell in India.
Our members get an opportunity to stay in hotels, retreat and spa, attend food and wine tasting events for free and write about it on web and share feedback. Their blogs are linked to our European and Indian websites.
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Ishita Biswas said...

Nice blog. Seems like you are really living the Indian dream. Being an Indian even I have not visited these beautiful places yet. Hope you are enjoying every bit of it.

Zonunmawii said...

Hi Esben,

I somehow found your blog through lonelyplanet thorn tree, I being a person from Northeast (to be specific Mizoram, studied in Delhi an dnow work in Delhi), it is interesting to see your blog, filled with photographs. I am also thrilled to see your pics from NE, really amazing pictures.
Yes, NE is very different and also for westerners it is an interesting place.

My suggests, do visit Mizoram too :-)

regards,
Zo :-)