Niraamaya Retreats Cardamom Club Thekkady
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... family restaurant - we asked for something local where he would have gone. We had a breakfast with chapattis, delicious vegetable (potatoes, carrots and peas) curry and my first ever egg curry. Lots of thick onion gravy covering the eggs. I didn't think i will like it, but i'm totally convinced. Then we had a long car journey to the jungle - all in all it took about 5 hours. The views were utterly stunning and ...
... alot of churches evidencing the higher Christian population in the South. Combining this journey and the journeys we’d already done from the airport through Cochin and onwards to Kerela, it felt like the South and the North could have been in different continents, the sun sure seems to have shined more kindly on the South.
En route we stopped off at the Connemara Tea Plantation and ...
... not too hot. In the afternoon 4 of us decided to go for an elephant ride. I've done it before but the main attraction for me was that you got to bathe the elephants at the end. I thought it'd be fun to be squirted by an elephant - and it was! We washed the elephants first, then sat on their backs and were squirted. It was so refreshing in the heat and a fun experience. Hope you like the ...
... 8220;I will gather some of the other monkeys and we will search high and low for Prince Sivvananda!” All the monkeys gathered and hearing the task at hand dispersed into jungles in search of the Prince.
The first animal the troop of monkeys encountered in their search was a lone bat named Santosh, sleeping in the hollow of a tree. But she ...
After Varkala came a foray back inland and up into the hills. I wanted to see some animals that could rip your face off and Clare wanted to sea some hilltop tea plantations, so we headed up in to the mountains to a place called Kumilly, home of the Periyar Tiger Reserve (so-called it seems because the tigers are very reserved, hence why ************e (us included) ever sees the buggers - not that I'm bitter..) So, tigers were not seen, ...