Nahar's Retreat and Wellness Spa
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... very much forest dwellers with a tradition of collecting honey from rock bees. These native bees (Apis dorsatis I think) make their hives hanging from massive big cliffs. There is a honey gathering season which lasts a couple of months when the local tribes collect the honey in a very traditional and remarkable way. The process is very much supported through their religious/spiritual traditions and starts with them heading into the forest to collect a particular type of vine. This ...
... should be a couple. Not the simplistic reasons of age and timing and happenstance. (Thank you parents, for your understanding ;)
I take a walk around the 2 acre retreat and wander outside the boundaries onto a dirt road hemmed in by clusters of bamboo. I walk quietly by myself and stop every once in a while to listen to the wind through bamboo. The wood creaks as it stretches and relaxes next to it's neighbors. Hawks circle overhead and I imagine that an elephant ...
... back in my room and settled down I noticed another red glow outside my window, knowing what was coming I popped outside my room and took up a seat looking down the road and valley. The sky turned the MOST amazing red, a red I've never seen, and those that know me know I've seen a fair few sunsets in my life. I was watching this red spread across the skies, even the clouds behind me were turning red - I've never seen a sunset spread so ...
... Residency, was perfect for our stay, with the right amount of seclusion from the core town, and with a perfect maintenance and service record.
Before checking in on our first day, we thought of visiting the key tourist attractions in Ooty as such.
Our first stop was the Botanical Garden, maintained by the Tamil Nadu Horticulture Department, with its terraced layout, having been in existence for more than ...
... regret agreeing to do it, really wasnt my idea of fun. The 'guide' didnt always appear to know the route so we battled our way through thorn bushes and picked our way through the forest. Luckily we stopped for chai breaks which perked me up. We started to think this guy was a bit crazy. Even more so when he started running up this other path away from us, we thought he was going for a wee in a bush when next minute we hear loads of ...