Hotel Grand Palace
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... thalis on banana leaves down here ay. The first time it happened I was on the canoe trip in Alleppey so I thought it was just for the tourists, but it's an actual thing. Makes sense to be fair though, saves on washing up and you can throw it away and it'll just rot rather than adding to landfills, or that pile of rubbish at the end of the road the cows are quite partial to ay. ...
... has an 80% Hindu population and yet still contains a minority worshiping Islam which totals more than the total population of Britain and France combined?! And then there’s the alternative developments, even they are big here. We have visited Auroville, which is described as the world's largest ‘intentional community’ of about 50,000 and which considers itself, an experiment for the future of humanity. Have a look at www.auroville.org Powerful stuff and a ...
... like we always do, but leisurely enjoyed without any solid trip plan.
The third day, We checked-out of the hotel in the mooring after paying the dues. It was a decent stay there, nothing to complain but had to thank for all their help. First stop 'Christ the King' Church, which is an old CSI church from the colonial era. As many other churches from the British age, this church too was of stone/granite build with stained glass. It was a ...
The ride back down to the bus was very bumpy because we were in jeeps and the terrain was unstable. I got so scared because the wheels were sliding in the mud and I thought we would slide right off the mountain. I was so relieved when we got back to the bus. On the way back to the resort, we stopped at a spice garden to buy spices. We bought this delicious batch of Brownies there as well. Then we returned back to the resort.
... peak challenges you. A walking pathway leads up to a plateau and although a climb, its not a daunting one as you stroll liesurely, enjoiying and experiencing the majistic hills and valleys surroiunding you, covered with mist. If you are lucky, as we were,you would come acroos the Nilgiri Tahr coming right in your tracks, nibbling away the greens. Its a must visit place and would recoomend to plan as much time possible for the park!!