Kadkani River Resort
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... br> We took a raft onto the island and soaked up the surrounding trees, and wildlife. Along the path were inspirational quotes, such as Gandhi reminding us that we must be the change, and Einstein saying nature holds the key to understanding how live.
Amongst these signs, there were also reminders to "Remain Silent". This felt acceptable when in the serenity ...
... the mountain's river (where local people bathe) and a spot of wildlife watching.
As with the others, Sajeev (Sivankaran's bro) took to using the camera with great enthusiasm. Madhu had also brought his camera along for the trip, so we made sure to take DPPs for both.
At 12:30 the temple ceremony finished, and we followed the chanting guys briefly before descending, putting on our shoes, and getting on the bus, back through the winding rainforest roads...
... being Hindu, there would be no formal celebration. In the same way we are aware of Diwali though, they knew that Christmas Day was fairly important for people from the West.
On the evening of Boxing Day, they were to perform one of their tribal dances (the Performance as it became known) in the south of the state.
There were a few other people from the village waiting to get into tuk-tuks, but myself, Madhu, and a guy ...
... so I said yes, and hopped on the back of his bike for 3km.
The small plantation grew bananas, coffee, black pepper, and rubber, and was owned by some friends of his. He showed me each type of banana tree, how quickly they grow (from nothing to 9 months he seemed to be saying) and also how coffee plants are good to grow nearby, as they like the shade from the big leaves.
A guy who lived there called Ashry ...
So it was Coorg this season!
Located in the southern part of Karnataka, India, Coorg contributes 30% to the total coffee production in India. Hence, it is also known as the ‘Coffee Bowl of India’. Besides coffee, pepper, cardamom and oranges are the other mainstays of Coorg’s economy.
Set amidst verdant valleys, misty hills and acres of coffee plantations, Coorg is a perfect getaway for travelers.