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Travel Blogs from Madikeri
... meal too :)
So at 1am on the 4th July we left India. We felt like we'd seen as much as we could for such a vast country. We saw some absolutely incredible things which will stay with us forever. It was however an incredibly hard country to be a backpacker in at times, nothing was easy. For a foreigner looking in it's incredibly frustrating, for locals though it's just how life is. It certainly made us appreciate how easy our life is back home and how very lucky we are.
... comfortable journey over longer distances.
We wanted the vehicle to be local Rajasthan registered so that we do not have to pay extra road tax. A newer or well maintained vehicle with good tyres will help in ensuring that the vehicle would be a reliable one.
We wanted a nice music or video system with anouncement facility on board, so that we can listen / watch to some good music / movies on the move as well as listen to ...
... br> 31st Dec: Relaxing like Royals at Udaipur and welcome the new year in style
01st Jan: Drive to Chittorghar - Ajmer - Pushkar
02nd Jan: Visiting Jaipur Attractions
03rd Jan: Walk around Paanch Batti - Fly back from Jaipur.
So, having agreed on a iternary, next step was to book the accomodation for 3 families for 12 nights. This is when we realise how Royal or Rich the tourists need to be while they are visiting Rajasthan. ...
... and used to combat a specific insect which attacks the cardamon plants. What's left over will go to jam and the to the tourists.
It's a gorgeous location, up in the hills 10km away from the busy market town of Madikeri. The surrounding hills are known as the Scotland of India. I'm not sure why, to be honest, to me it looks a lot more like Wales. But then, most places do. One thing it does have in common with Scotland is the right to roam. ...
... as long as the Ridge Trail and goes in the opposite direction (West). We leave the plantation property through the west gate in search of the path that will lead us to Galibeedu Village. This particular trail, like all the others out here, starts out in the forest. This is the direction our cows are often led to graze, and their hooves and indifferent attitudes have created a spiderweb of different footpaths ...