Chandana Herbal Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChandana Herbal Palace Idukki
Rooms - 4/5
Customer service - 1/5
Food - 2/5
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... dolls to the coconut tree to seal their prayer. There are also members of the temple offering prayers for you or your family through song, so I dedicated a prayer to a family member and listened to the beautiful tones even though I was not sure what they meant. Very peaceful and not your typical touristy beach location, Varkala is a perfect relaxing pit stop. Kerala backwaters - the land of the coconuts! 'Kera' means coconut tree and 'alam' means land, so together Kerala means land ...
... the world float by. However, Mother Nature had other ideas in mind. More about that later. The bus took a similar route back down the hills, towards my next coastal town destination. This time, the sun was shining and it was a beautiful trip down through the hills, creeping through small towns and past countless waterfalls. The jungle seemed endless and made for an amazing backdrop for the days journey. I was accompanied by 3 different nuns on my trip ...
... hotel in Bangalore as a treat after staying in some "interesting" hotels. I couldn't believe my luck when we arrived at the hotel, even the lobby smelt amazing, so I couldn't wait to see what the room was like. I certainly was not disappointed. Clean towels, king sized bed, flat screen tv, air con, FREE shampoo and conditioner, free tea and coffee, a mini bar, and wait for it..........a hair dryer!!!!!!! Girls, (and maybe some feminine men) you will understand how it feels to ...
... We were offered 2,3 or 5 hours and chose 3 thinking r would be quite intense (maybe should have done longer!). The jungle wasn't particularly jungley and we walked up quite a lot of open hills but it was actually really enjoyable to be so close to nature (never thought I'd say that) and it was also good exercise! We had to wear special socks to prevent leeches eating us. Our guide had trekked every day for 8 years so wore flip flops. Quite deservedly he was the ...
... just missing the stopped cars infront of us. I am a heroine. Arrived at our hotel amazing hotel at around 2pm, will post pictures in next blog. Gave Ashok a one thousand rupee tip because he was a nice man. We went for a walk to find matt a cheap place to stay, the air is so hot there's no escaping the heat, we found a place that gave him a room for 1300 rupees for 3 nights which is $28.60 NZD or £15.70 since he's a stupid pom (jokes steph). Went to the beach ...