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... of Tamil Nadu is
the Harvest Fresh Farms. The
Certified organic farms seem like a little piece of paradise, which fell from
the heaven or was sent by the Almighty himself to impersonate his celestial
lands. With the cloud clad mountains of the Cumbum valley looking down at it,
farms of fruits like pomegranates, papaya, grapes and mango giving it life and
around 150 herbs blooming in its
gardens, the farms have ...
... the case. We are introduced to a large, 32 year old female named Bima by her mahout, Rajiv, and taken on a twenty minute trek through the jungle on her back. I sit at the front and feel the breeze of her ears waft over my splayed legs whenever she flaps them. Coman opts to sit side-saddle behind me, which is a wise move as when we dismount I feel like I’ve been doing the splits. Thank God for all my recent yoga! Bima stands with us for photos afterwards and raises her trunk for ...
... being a fraction of the price of a Brighton menu. It's the kind of menu you read whilst muttering, "Oh god yeah, that sounds good. So does that. Oh my god, and that too!" There's pretty much nothing on the menu I wouldn't like to stuff into my gob and wash down with a pot of loose leaf tea which they serve with milk on the side which is how the power that created the world intended tea to be served. True story.
... common, but that doesn't change the experience. It was something I will remember for a long time.
I saw one leech on the trek, a weird little thing that moved around by doing cartwheels. We also found a dead songbird that the guide thought had been slashed by an eagle which then lost hold of it and dropped it.
The wildlife trek made Thekkady, Perriyar one of my favorite places that we have visited in India so far.
... around an accumulation of excess baggage for the past two weeks. So now I sit here, constipated and bloated, waiting for Anju to come and give me the cleansing laxative. It is amazing that the combinations of herbs and spices that are used can mess with the body in such a way. This is when I can appreciate more the 5,000 years of knowledge that has been passed down through Ayurveda practitioners. Typical for a woman, she is late and my laxative arrives at ...