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... br> cart with a guide to help you know about the plants growing in the farm and the
methods used to grow them. Roam around the fruit orchards, ride on a bicycle in
and around the farm or learn about the art of making honey the apiary. Learn
the about powers and wonders of herbal plants in the herbal garden of the farm.
If you are an animal lover you will be rejoiced like never before, for the farm
is home to beautiful ...
... amongst the fastest growth industries in India, but doesn't say whether he used one to meet his wife. I ask him if his wife also works and he firmly says no, she's a housewife and I realise I must have insulted him. He's the breadwinner for the family driving people like us around, and he provides enough income so his wife can look after their daughter. Better give him a good tip! We stop for lunch at a roadside restaurant called Farm Fest near the town of Chotty. For less than ...
... 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
... 10 acres and included a guided tour of spices and Ayurvedic medicinal plants grown on their property. It was fascinating, we learnt so much - I may sound stupid but I never knew bay leaf is the leaf that grows at the top of a cinnamon tree, that insulin is from a plant, and that pepper grows in little bunches like mini grapes. Also, the coco plant is massive and cardamom looks ...
... see fb album).
The paddling was pretty tiring as the bamboo rafts sat very low in the water, but it was quite good fun. We paddled around the lake with the dead trees sticking out of it, nearly crashing into a few. The trees are very tough almost fossilised wood. After a few sleepy stops for tea and lunch we were making our way back to the landing spot. The Elephants had slowly wandered around the lake and were still visible ...