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Lovely among the trees
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The Periyar Nature Reserve entrance is packed with rows of tour coaches, cars and vans. Noisy crowds gather and the chance of seeing any wildlife on our planned nature walk seems unlikely. But, once past the opportunistic macaques, the animal sculptures and tortoise-shaped stores, most of the milling throng line up for the double-decker boat rides …
Dominating Madurai is the 17-century temple complex of Meenakshi Amman. With a kaliedoscopic, pyramidal gopuram (tower) of painted sculptures at each axis, and large columnated corridors around a central shrine to Shiva, this is a place to spend a day in. As an active place of worship, it is heaving with devotees, laying floral tributes, smearing …
... of dear and a mother and baby elephant in the wild. However the monkeys stole the show, especially the disabled little one armed thief who just grabbed the lemonade bottle from a lady's bag, opened and drank it just in front of us! We decided to all try the famous Ayurvedic oil massage and came out well oiled and smelling of curry leaves, well ready for a good restful sleep. Tomorrow Allepey awaits, after another 4 h ...
... up into a tree with it. When he turned it over and looked into the mirror, he jumped up and down in the tree in delight. Another monkey was trying to free the other side mirror when the car owner arrived and chased him off.
Our animal viewing complete, we headed to a spice farm. We are in the heart of the spice growing area of India, and Abraham's farm has been in existence for several generations. After ...
... He then walked us to his place and gave us a room for 750 rupees per night. We then quickly booked ourselves a cooking class for that night, a jungle safari for the next day, a massage for the next night, and a day in the tea and spice plantations for the day after. We were willing to spend about £55 each on these activities. Our bad luck came quickly as our cooking class had been cancelled due to a big group taking the ...