Green Woods Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... right temperature and then scoop. We washed out of a small bucket for 2 days. A definite recommendation for any couple wanting to book this accommodation for their honeymoon!
In the morning we took an early boat in Periyar National Park to spot some wildlife. In true Indian style, there was no consistent information about how to book tickets, which were limited. We decided to queue for tickets when the park ...
... During my train journey from Kollam to Aluva, I had a pleasant journey in a chair car. One of the interesting observation was the presence of woman as TTR's in trains (See Picture), in all the years that I have travelled by trains, I have never seen one. Gender equality in labor is on the move!
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We are now heading to Thekaddy- in the state of Kerala, more picturesque than the previous few days in the state of Tamil Nadu. Thekaddy is the home of one of the most important animal sanctuaries- the Periyer sanctuary, its said that elephants come to the lakes to feed and wash, which must be a site.
First stop today was a local market similar to those found in any town in the uk, there were wonderful fresh herbs, ...
... response and undeterring response. Knowing it was my lack of hindi that was creating the barrier, I took out my handy little Indian phrase book given to me by Hayley and began reminding myself of some Gujurati (I could at least hold my own in my local dialect, rather than failing terribly in Hindi), whilst watching those deemed Hindu enough to enter. Having caught the jist of it all I circled the large temple to find the Western entrance, a smaller guarded door with ...
... in Kerala is the segregation of the genders. In Wonderla there were pools for gents and ladies, bumper cars for gents and ladies and today on our ferry we belatedly discovered that there were separate zones for men and women. This discovery was made halfway through our journey when we noticed we were surrounded by men and looked ahead to a carriage full of women. Cherai beach was ...