Periyar Nest Resorts
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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... up India’s west coast), so we had to make our way inland quite a distance. As we started climbing the winding roads which led us to our destination, though, none of us minded the long journey, as we were greeted to spectacular views of tropical jungle washing over steep peaks and low valleys. After reaching an elevation high enough, we became to see the great expanses of tea plantations, as well, which is a major crop grown in the region.
Just before we ...
... next and chilled afternoon by our swamp !! Water buffalo cruising past and loads of bird life Anyway the massage was certainly something like I've never had before ...Ayurvedic ..this therapy consists of a soothing flow of medicated oil drizzled on your forehead ...well I went to sleep ..lit does say it good for insomnia ..hehe and then the oiliest massage ever ...awesome ...followed by a ...
... lunch spot before we just stopped moving. Seriously. It didn't matter how much we paddled, we were static as a pigeon, assuming the pigeon had been nailed to the floor. ****. We were stuck on something. The guides tried to shift us by trying to use a tree to pull us back, before they got the two guys at the front to shift to the back because we were caught on something at the front. A bit ...
... for finding stuff to look at though, from Malabar Giant Squirrels (which are basically like normal squirrels, but on steroids) high up in trees to creatures that had tried their hardest not to be spotted. We were ambling along when one of them stopped and pointed out a snake in a small tree. I couldn't even see it at first, it was so well camouflaged. We stared at the tree until I realised where he ...
... beautiful, red yellow and brown with a very long black tail. Finally back at the hotel I plan to met Tom and Ami for a drink and dinner. We go to a very old English bar in the "Spice Garden", the walls are decorated with pictures of hunting and park rangers etc. we enjoy a quiet drink then back to "Christies Cafe" for my first non Indian dinner. It is very nice pasta but unfortunately my body is just not ready for western food. We say goodnight knowing that we will all met again in the ...