Forest Haven Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... so, we decided to back to Sethumadai and then to Valparai.
We stopped at Aliyar dam. It was quite a quiet dam. The water was less. There was a park inside, a small aquarium for visitors. After having our refreshment we started to Valparai. In just 100 0r 200 mtrs there was a temple called Arivu Kovil (Temple of Consciousness) with Valga Valamudum.
My dad wanted to check out so we went inside. It was calm. At the entrance, we were told to wait. Then after ten minutes ...
... everyone a k leg up and then I climbed it solo as I like a climb. We had made it to the top and of course the view was good. The guide had not been lying it was a hard climb, he also had been very good and helped dad and Kate a lot. all the way up our guide said we had plenty of time, now suddenly we were late which made me laugh. Down we went which was nowhere near as steep as up. I always run downhill as I hate the feeling of walking down. We went through a woods and ...
... more than a couple of nights in. There is also a Treat Hotel and Krishna Lodge which are of lower standards but perfectly decent.
Home stays abound, you will see signs for home stays everywhere from the moment you enter Valparai. They are better options especially for families.
Some of the tea estates offer their bungalows on ...
... of checking the one place I had been recommended, I just went with him. Turns out, it was a great decision. His guesthouse was a proper home stay. A huge house with lots of common areas, a well equipped kitchen and awesome people! I headed out to grab some lunch and book myself on boat house tour. Well., first the booking office was closed for lunch... so I went for lunch! (note to self #2) When ordering masala dosa (my fav!) ask if its potato... this one ...
... the smaller canals, which took us closer to the lifestyle of the fishermen and farmers living amidst the back waters. It was a fun ride, where Chell and Sangeetha tested their canoeing skills, with the elder locals, directing the nose of the canoes skilfully. The entire area looks like it might get flooded, if water level rises by just a couple of inches, but that seems to be the balance that is maintained here between nature and the human population thriving on the back waters. ...