Hotel Kumily Gate
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... beautiful green
farms, laden with the richness of nature and the purity of earth. One wants to
walk in such farms endlessly or sit under a tree looking at the sky for hours,
refreshing the soul and the ethics. If you have been looking for a place like
that in India for all your life now, I am pleased to tell you that your search
in the tranquil and composed Cumbum Valley
of the ...
... fading almost instantly. It’s quite remarkable. No wonder Anoz disarmingly manages to sell us thousands of rupees worth of spices from the shop at the end of our tour. It’s a veritable pharmacy as well as a cook’s treasure trove. We finish the morning with a short detour to an elephant farm, at Tensing’s suggestion. While we both have reservations about captive elephants, India is full of working pachyderms and their numbers would be hugely depleted if that ...
... of Kerala. This is
one of the best waterfalls in Kerala.
Vagamon Pine Forest is a set of beautiful pine trees surrounded in 2km.
Inside of this pine forest is cool and beautiful view, the fallen pine leaves
... was to find it staring at us from fifty feet away. We crouched on the ground watching a beautiful, tall sambar deer watch us. It is India's largest deer, and prey of the tiger. The deer stared at us, munching a leaf now and then, as we snapped photos. The strange, hollow call continued nearby. This was a warning call from another deer, though the one looking at us didn't seem very alarmed. I was told later by an Indian woman that the sambar ...
... came back.
The next day we were at breakfast in a place called Green Pepper Garden when the owner approached us about a special trip he runs for no more than two people to see the sights of the Kerela / Tamil Nadu border and also to meet his friend who is a holy man and lives near a temple. This holy man had apparently spent 15 years in a cave mediating and eating bananas to achieve enlightenment. The trip was quite expensive, but ...