Aranya Nivas KTDC
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... hairpins made me a bit car sick. So it was good to stop at a tiny cafe where we had the tastiest malabar parathas (pancake-like bread) and chickpea curry which was very tasty. Also i had my first masala chai with cardamom, black pepper and ginger - very tasty and to me it's almost like a perfect desert. On the way to our jungle hotel we drove through plantations with coffee, pepper, cardamom, pineapples, coffee, ...
... 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 ...
... in indian cooking and also various different fruit and veg. There were also some beautiful flowers which I took some pictures of - so many bright colours! From there we drove to our hotel, looked around for tomorrow's activities and had some dinner. The next day I decided to do a boat trip in the national park. There were lots of hikes and walking tours available but they were all so ...
... The monkeys were filled with dreadful thoughts of crocodiles and worries of whether the Prince could swim, but when they got to the shore they found no-one but a swarm of tadpoles stirring in the water. The tadpoles couldn’t say where the Prince was, they couldn’t talk at all, they were just babies.
Out in the warm waters the ...
... tight corners, lack of barriers between us and vertical drops and, most of all, a driver with a deathwish. It reminded me of the final scene from the Italian Job and half expected to end up hanging over a precipice (but without the gold bullion). Our delve into the world of spice growing took place at Abraham's. Abraham himself was a friendly old gent who proudly told us about meeting Monty Don (i think this made Clare jealous). ...