- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Thekkady
... was a busy lady in the kitchen and we saw very little of her but we tasted all of her culinary delights and if it were at all possible, we left with a sweeter tooth than when we arrived.
Although Chacko was keen to drive us to the limited local attractions, we simply wanted to relax at Pepper County and walk in the nearby countryside. Chacko couldn’t quite understand this and we had to ...
... to reach the little town of Thekkady. Had a yummy lunch along the way at a small cafe. Masala Dosa and freshly squeezed pineapple juice. Thekkady is gateway to beautiful Periyar National Park. Thekkady has a cool mountain climate and attractive forest backdrop. The Spice Village Resort that we are staying is just amazing. Guests have their own elephant grass ...
... which is a frustrating fact you must accept throughout India. We opted for a good 3 hour nature walk in the park where we saw a few monkeys and wild boar but not much else. In the 5 minutes it took our tuk tuk driver to drive out the park he spotted more wildlife that we had seen in the previous 3 hours. That evening we ate in a highly recommended restaurant called Spice Garden. Dave asked for his food to be spicy and practically fried his taste buds when eating his ...
... Cochin was controlled first by the Portuguese, then the Dutch and of course the British. We spent yesterday morning with a guide and toured several churches, a synagogue and the museum. On our own we walked along the waterfront and did some shopping. Along the waterfront you can buy fish and take it across the street to a restaurant and they will cook it for you, unfortunately we did not have time to try this. Last night we went to a traditional Kathakali ...
... over buffalo carcass from one of the 32 tigers (I'm a little sceptical about the legitimacy of this whole tiger thing).
Whilst browsing the local shops of spices, fabrics and jewellery, I turned around to find a local man showing Jayson how to wrap a Dhoti around his waist in one of the shops. A Dhoti is a length of material the local men wear as a wrap around sarong in the hotter weather. Jayson bought it and walked out with a smile. Love it! My brother.....embracing ...