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Whereas on my first visit to India we visited many places, in this trip I wanted to concentrate more on enjoying the life in the country and doing 'normal things'.
However, I thought at least visiting one new region would be a nice idea. I chose to go to Kerala as I heard many things about this region. The region is also called the 'Gods Own Country’. This is because according to a ...
... rope around my stomach, very very odd. I am given a head massage first with oil, then it is onto the wooden table for a massage. The massage is very different from anything I have had before, lots of oil, very fast hands, not hard. Then roll over for my stomach, boobs and legs, again more oil. Then onto the Sirodhara where oil is poured from a container onto your forehead. Your eyes are covered with a cloth and the oil dribbles over your forward, ...
... the scenery is incredible. We stayed in the excellent Greenview (!) Inn and took its organised trek through the tea plantations, up a mountain and back down through spice plantations. The guide was brilliant and we learned a lot. The four-hour descent wasn't kind on the old pins though. OUCH. Here's a little taste of the bus journey back down...
... is warm in the daytime during summer and VERY WET in the rainy season.
Anamalai Nature Information Centre
Set up by Parry Agro and Nature Conservation Foundation www.ncf-india.org/
this is located at Iyerpadi on the main Pollachi Valparai road, next to the picturesque Iyerpadi Dispensary. They organise guided treks / nature walks ...
... mangosteen, jackfruit, papaya, beans, carrots, tomatoes, eggplant, nutmeg, cloves and cardamom.
We caught a ride into town with Mr. George, then took a rickshaw over to the tea museum. There were displays and a video describing the history of the local hills from the time of reclusive tribal communities to English surveys that led to the establishment of tea plantations and up to present day life. In addition, there was ...