Green Woods Resort
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- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Thekkady
“I’m Never Doing It Again. That’s what India stands for.” says Stephanie, an American woman recently arrived from the subcontinent as we chat over a beer. This is something she has heard and doesn’t reflect her own opinion necessarily but still my intestines knot and my mind churns back to the trip I took there in 2001. Memories of marathon train journeys, a police bust, urban free range cattle, spinach green faeces, intra muscular cyclizine, ...
... I got to feed the elephant a pumpkin. See pic 2. It ate the whole thing! Turns out an elephant eats 45 pounds of food every day! Bon appetite! :) After that, we went to a spice garden where they had almost every type of spice, plant, fruit, and vegetable that grows in Kerala. Some of the locally grown popular spices are black pepper, cardamom, cloves, turmeric, cinnamon. My favorite plant was ...
... sitting on the verandah of this lovely property, we joined them for a cup of tea having been welcomed by our host and man of the house, Mr Cyriac. He proudly showed us photos of his three grown up ‘children’ who flew the nest in 2006 which is when Mr Cyriac and his wife - Dolly - decided to create the homestay and now welcome tourists from across the world. As we sat chatting with Sara ...
Went out for a kiwi breaky with Saj and they both got some sweet raybans like mine for super cheap. In a massive rush as we took so long so hurried back to our awaiting tuktuk. Checked in etc and then hung for a bit. Left Saj at the airport, which was sad :( our gate got changed 3 times so were sprinting around the airport trying not to miss our flight and when we ...
... excited the Germans sitting in front of us.
We had another traditional lunch, then went through some narrow cannels before heading back.
The following morning we invited an Aussie girl travelling alone to breakfast. Binnie recommended a cafe called Cashi, owned by a German. We are hearing that many the restaurants and hotels are owned by foreigners. It was very funky, with art work on display in the front room. Our omlette had diced tomato and mashed potato ...