|Golden-flowered Dendrobium/Dendrobium Chrysanthum|
This variety of lily grows in the wild. And all along the road I saw several clumps.
The restaurant that we went to had new plantings of this variety of impatiens. It could be Impatiens pulcherrima/Handsome flowered Balsam.
Stone seats were placed next to a waterfall which also had an angler placed on a vantage point.
|For men may come and men may go, but I fish on for ever.....|
Dry ingredients were attractively displayed. Those leaves are Indian bayleaves known in India as Tejpatta. Unlike the Mediterranean bay leaf, this one has more of a cinnamon flavour. More dried display can be seen in the photo below.
Post lunch we headed to the Elephant Falls, another must-see spot in Shillong. The light was fading so the moss on the tree that I captured (below) doesn't show up that well.
|Part of the city of Shillong as seen from Shillong Peak|
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