United-21 Resort, Kodaikanal
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... the Bryant Park and botanical garden, Alia was keen to hire a pedal boat so we did. Having not done any exercise whatsoever since we got here (and probably for a few years before that) it was harder than we had expected. So after 10 minutes we started feeling the acid in our legs and took a break under the excuse that we were enjoying the view. "Why are we stopping?" Alia asked, and we had to admit that we were a bit tired. “But I’m not tired!” she exclaimed assuming ...
... from mysore and all the traveling we dressed up in several layers and 4 blankets and went to bed. Up early the next day we took a tuk tuk to Dodabetta Peak the highest point in south India. Although it was quite cloudy the view was still impressive and we could see for miles over several mountains. To tick off a few more sights we went to some Botanical gardens, lakes and the local market. At 2pm we managed to wangle our way onto the extremely popular, and apparently ...
... the tea plantations which at that time in the morning were incredibly beautiful. They cover the whole mountain like a carpet with little canals running though them for the tea pickers to move through. At 7am they were still coated in dew, and I know dad would have been going crazy for the tree and grass safari shots. You couldn't even begin to count the shades of green. The final part of the climb was steep so we really felt like ...
... as they whipped by each blind mountain corner. None the less we arrived, in the rain; with nowhere to go, pulling out the trusty lonely planet we sorted out our third option which would turn out to be amazing.
After arriving we were told to pull on up and then we were greeted by a small little man hunched over at the neck with a small and gentle way of speaking. His name was Joseph and he was ...
... The Malabar Grey Hornbill was one of the big hitters around this part of the world, its huge beak making a great first spot. We continued into the jungle, our guide disappearing off the path to look for something special. He called for us to follow and then asked us to find what he had discovered. We couldn’t see anything until he pointed out a pair of very rare nocturnal birds sleeping on a branch. The Frogmouths were so ...