Niraamaya Retreats Cardamom Club Thekkady

Address: V & V Estate, Thekkady, Kerala, 685509, India | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on V & V Estate, Thekkady.
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      Tea, spice, massage and a jungle trek - Thekkady

      A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Jan 08, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... the only one in the group to volunteer. This was probably because brick making is messy work. Sure enough, when mimicking the moves of the brick maker, I got a face full of mud splatter!

      The rest of the journey to Thekkady was spent looking out the window. The view was spotted with scenes of women in brightly colored saris picking flowers in fields. Sometimes it is the simplest things in India that take your breath away.

      Chillin with Some Amazing People

      A travel blog entry by debsrtwjourney on Jan 21, 2012

      ... It appears to be quite common for Indians to work in England and those middle Eastern countries, primarily in engineering. At least one of the children of the owners of the home stay in Kuramakom was also working in Dubai.

      After dinner, which is less spicy, we sit in the living area and Mr. Cyriac shows us on the TV the pictures of the couple who were in the boat when it capsized. It shows them coming back a year later, and being welcomed by ...

      As we went up hill, things went down hill

      A travel blog entry by samcage1 on Jan 01, 2012

      5 photos

      ... the question, another "head wobble", absolutely impossible! On the other hand India is very different to the survival programmes. In the survival programmes they easily work their way through dense wilderness whereas in India it is extremely difficult to navigate through the shear vast amounts of people. One clear difference is the scenery; Kerala is meant to be one of the most beautiful parts of India, however, usually next to the incredible view is a pile of sh*t.

      Spice Village

      A travel blog entry by yvonne-richard on Oct 31, 2011

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... but it seems delightful to me. There are four Guineau Fowl who treat the whole campus as their own and shelter from the rain on the cottage porches!

      We're nearly at the end of our Indian journey now and will be moving on to Malaysia on 3rd November. We'll spend our last 2 nights on a houseboat in the Keralan backwaters. Here's hoping for not too much rain and safe ...

      On the way to the (cold) uplands!!!

      A travel blog entry by coreihl on Dec 13, 2010

      20 photos

      ... nice and quiet courtyard with a view on the forest and the people running the place are really cool! (helpful, funny, you can speak about everything with them, not annoying about money, etc.) The only bad point: the restaurant dishes out continental food only (means quite expensive)!

      Alexis joined me there, at night! He had decided to stay one more day in Kanyakumari!

      The next day, we just did nothing .... sleeping, eating, Internet, eating again, reading ... that's ...