Ayurveda Yoga Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for a deep trench also! As we nervously walked alongside the trenches Hussain mentioned that 9 local people were killed last year so walking in the National Park is a big no no. He also mentioned that a car driving along the road which stopped to take a picture of an Elephant was recently crushed when the flash from the camera angered it – luckily they all survived but the car was munted.
We strolled by the ...
... it a day early and got chatting to the new arrivals – Deb, James, Phil and Terese.
Over dinner we had a great chat to James and Deb who gave us some good recommendations for southern Kerala, and talked a lot about the Japanese POWs as they are going to Burma to check out the old Thailand/Burma railway as James’ Dad was a POW just like Hannah’s Grandad Geoff. We’ve swapped email addresses so will be really good to hear how they get ...
... tucked into the buffet style/help-yourself lunch which was river fish heavy (not great for us but never mind!) and arranged to share a jeep safari into Wayanad National Park with Dave, a retired builder from Huddersfield and his lovely wife Rosie, an ex-commune owner and social worker – such a gorgeous couple, we loved them straight away!
The rest of the afternoon was spent chatting with the other guests, 2 lecturers from Melbourne, 3 Italian backpackers, a ...
... took joy in pointing out that we did not have a detailed plan, something which signaled a failed trip even before we had started. Our response that not having a fixed plan was actually our plan so that we could change our routes, fell on deaf ears. Pradeep uncle had driven to Leh before and his words did have an effect on Dad and Tharun's parents, Leela aunty and Anto Uncle. Both Tharun and I hoped that Pradeep uncle's comments don't make our parents ...
... Chembra Peak, and we passed macaque monkeys on the way down.
Our first homestay was at Edakkal Hermitage and our cottage 'Chauvet' had fabulous views
and was a perfect spot to watch the sunset, followed later by dinner in a ...