Hotel Kumily Gate
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... is so lush and verdant compared to the dry, arid lands and ferocious heat they are used to. And Thekkady is full of hotels catering to domestic tourists, with coaches painted in a variety of garish colours parked in multitudes outside. Our tickets suggest that we have seats on the upper deck of our boat but the queuing system is chaotic, with hundreds of people cramming towards the embarkation points and a real cacophony of noise coming from all directions. A well-spoken ...
... white pepper the berries are soaked for 5-6 days to remove the outer shell. Did you know that mace and nutmeg come from the same tree? Nutmeg is the nut, and mace is the covering of the nut inside the fruit. Did you know that cloves are the buds of a tree which are picked and dried before they open? Did you know that allspice isn't a mixture of several spices but the fruit of a tree that is harvested before it ripens? I didn't think ...
... We ordered a veg dish which came with chicken in and chilly gobi which came without chilli. I complained as despite the meal costing £8 for two including drinks and desserts we simply didn't get what we ordered. After much confusion they ended up bringing us 2 new dishes made how we expected. We headed back to the reception where I called mum in wifi and then we hit the room in an attempt to have an early night for our 5am ...
... We need to keep the entry ticket along with the forms for payment of these tickets for boating.
The Tour Timings are -
07:30 am to 09:30 am
11:30 am to 12:30 am
01:30 pm to 02:30 pm
03:30 pm to 05:30 pm
There are 4 boats and on an average a boat will take about 60 people. So there is limited seating for each trip and one need to try for the upper deck for a clear view of the lake and the animal kingdom. Further, ...
... I really hope she’s ok now! Then before we knew it we were back at the dentists, and poor Barry had to endure over 2 and a half hours surgery - poor thing! But it was such a relief to get it all done, and the dentists were brilliant.
So mission accomplished, we decided to revert back to our original plan and head to Kumily the next morning. The bonus was that we left most of our stuff at the homestay as we’d be heading back there ...