Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Monkey safari


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It was some 30 km’s away from Chennai towards south where see for little people moving and wagons. The 15 foot road still from those olden days, getting down to mud from tar if to pass another vehicle that comes opposite is a never change that connect the Rajiv Gandhi Salai and Chengalpattu that hold much forest, hills and villages. If u where to travel on this road, u won’t get to miss the sight of monkeys sitting along the road. Every time we get chance to travel on this stretch to reach my grandpa’s native village, we stop for some time to see monkey and feed what we have. So long after some five-six years, I went on this road for a small outing like picnic.

It was excite to catch them for visible, first find two monkey sitting on the side of the road. I get ready to capture them in camera, when we slow down the vehicle they where running near us and soon there was many coming out from the forest and climbing down from trees, but we still moving slowly. It was poor to just watch and to leave without any thing done. Dropped the snacks to not fool them, whom where giving us some thrill and entertain on the way. They are nice some sitting and standing in different position, small monkeys sitting innocently and cute looking. Not dissonantly behaving quietly stands even then we stop for snaps.

There was a videos at below of a monkey in dressed, just comes down from the Nilagiri hills… hehehe… cool, it wasn’t a monkey actually, it’s my cousin bro Aravind only just swing in the banyan tree roots. He was just spending his winter holidays at my place with me right now; he was the sweet disturbance for me and also showing affectionate often. We playing caroms at nights, chatting for much times weekend beaches and sharing his hostel experiences at Kothagiri, he has some stories to tell about his surrounding and mates.

6 comments:

Alok said...

interesting read .. loved the way u wrote it ... it was like poetry in motion ...

Alok

kalai said...

cool pictures Jeevan... dis post remains me abot my tour days, the fun which i had wit my friends & especially wit monkeys. iam really scared of monkeys...nice one. enjoyed well...

ViJaY said...

Hey cool post.. Korangil irundhu dhaan nammale vandhom.. Ippo naamale andha korangugala rasikrom.. he he... go to a place called shloingar... u will find monkeys in large nos...

P.S Oram Po review in blog... do comment...

tulipspeaks said...

so many monkeys??? kinda creepy! hehehe.. i'm born in the monkey year but somehow not very fond of that animal.


ammu.

Ghost Particle said...

A MOnkey Safari! My God!

Jeevan said...

Alok – Thank you so much buddy :) inspiring words.

Kalai – Thanks friend. till we don’t disturb there are quite wanders.

Vijay – So true vijay hehe… I heard about that place, but don’t know where it is. Will land there sometimes soon to read the review.

Ammu – esp. small monkey are cute to watch there activities. Monkey year! Cool dear.

GP - :) comment is working only bro, hope it works for others too.