Chandana Annexe

Address: Marayoor P.O, Idukki, Kerala, 685620, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Marayoor P.O, Idukki.
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      Beaches, backwaters and blood suckers

      A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on Dec 13, 2014

      10 photos

      ... in the background the water rising rapidly up the swollen banks. Crazy, electrifying stuff! Waking in the morning there was no evidence of the mighty storm apart from wet ground and a high, fast flowing river, which suited us as it was time to get the backpacks on the boat and head back to Alleppey to get the public bus to Kochi, after a final lazy boat ride on the backwaters. I have heard that some people have the opinion that Kerala is one of the few places where communism works. ...

      Tea Country!

      A travel blog entry by tomandgem on Mar 12, 2014

      8 photos

      ... and no replacements, or if it is the choice of the tea pickers not to wear them. We could see from afar the housing provided for the tea pickers. Again, we heard different stories about the conditions of living here and the rights of the workers. Tea companies also provide schooling for the children of the tea picker families and hospitals. However, we were told that the quality of the services were poor. It also appeared that the locals expect more from ...

      Kerala

      A travel blog entry by amijayne on Dec 16, 2013

      14 photos

      ... I was left feeling like a hypocrite. The elephants seemed so bored, they had chains around their feet and the attendants were constantly shouting at them and waving sticking at their legs, trying to make them go faster. If I was that elephant I would have charged at the bloody attendant. How many times in its life time must it be made to walk up and down the same piece of pathway. It made me so sad. Surely there must be a better way to help promote education and conservation ...

      Bungalow heaven

      A travel blog entry by mikeandciara on Jan 15, 2013

      ... walked past. I'm glad he was apprehensive of us because the thing was absolutely huge and could easily have taken us all out. Near the end of the march we stopped and watched a family of monkeys playing in the trees. They were all very keen to pose for photos for us whilst playing in the trees. We were all a little sad to leave after breakfast as this had been a favourite stop on the trip so far, on the upside though dinner at Manosh's house beckoned which we were really looking forward ...

      Drive through the misty roads of Munnar!!

      A travel blog entry by fleming.joseph on Apr 30, 2012

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      ... be a little problem in parking the vehicle and the roads are very narrow when you reach near the spot. There is a bridge across the water flow from where you can't get full view view of the main falls but you have to do a short trek up the leech infested slippery hill.

      Drove back to Old Munnar for a nice seafood lunch in Greenleaf restaurant. It was drizzling continuously and didn't feel ...