Hotel SV International
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... of people milling around only too willing to help. I must admit it was a bit hard to understand quite why people kept coming up to have their photo taken with us, but it simply increased the sense of friendliness and connection we felt. We even met a lovely young woman of twenty with the mother she was looking after following brain surgery for a tumour. Delightful minutes passed as she asked our advice about the educational plan she has, intending to follow her first degree ...
... The western Ghats(Ooty was also in the Ghats) contains 27% of India's flowering plants and an incredible array of wildlife. Apparently the Ghats are home to the highest density of King Cobra snakes in the world and is also one of the wettest places on earth, dropping up to 9 m of rain in some parts during the monsoon. Luckily we have seen neither rain nor cobra!! Its not just the air and relative lack of pollution that's refreshing in the Ghats but there is ...
... at 9 AM service. Took few snaps around the church after the service and moved to Coaker's walk which is adjacent to the Church.
Coaker's walk is a short half a mile walk through the edges of the steep slopes of the Kodai hill. There was a small entry fee for the attraction to promote tourism. The location is good for a short morning / evening stroll tasting fresh sweet carrots. One could take some postcard pictures from this ...
... vegetables, but cracking open a papaya to share on a bus trip is not a good idea. At any rate, thanks to friend Jen and her research skills and consummate taste, we've landed in a bit of paradise for the ending phase of the trip. We've had a lovely few days, needless to say.
Yesterday we drove another hour, past acres and acres of tea plantations terraced across the hills. We went for a trek into Periyar Nature Preserve, so a guide with ...
... camp where orphaned elephants are brought to be trained to work. I find out there is a baby elephant back at camp just 8 months old and we headed up there to see it – I thought this is it finally I might get to touch a baby elephant – but no – not any offer of any backhander cash was gonna let me get to touch it they were having none of it – aparently the inspector was there watching and if he hadnt been there then I would have been allowed, ...