Dega.. yep! Whenever somebody says this word, I visualize the scenic beauty that nature has betward upon dega. So profound and so natural.
When we were kids, we would go everyyear to visit dega, we used to hike around "kalapa", and "Belka Temple" or sit hours at "Japanese tample". We loved horse riding and sometimes go to visit Jeemala Tea Gardens which are marvelous.
But now if I look at Dega,.. it's no more dega that it used to be!!
Some Tea Gardans are still intact, I love visiting Blojar, Tea Gardens etc. but the main town really disgust me.
I visited Dega this year.. I find really hard to believe, how crowded it has become.May be I'm wrong, but I no more find any sence of being in dega town, I rather stay away in some small villages there!