Kadkani River Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we were all sitting there just desperate for a nap, but off she goes talking about her dads affairs in Paris. Actually it was quite funny. More importantly though, she has 2 very cute Dalmatian puppies - around 4 months old - that were super excited and cute. The 2 autos we took to Monique's were called back in the afternoon, and we did a tour around the Madikeri sights. To be honest, we were more interested in the nature than the sights, but we saw ...
... turned out that the mist added a beautiful veil over the trees and hillsides. Dilip found fresh tiger paw prints. That was exiting and undeniable proof that the big cats are around. We saw loads of spotted deer, even a few barking deer. And one lone elephant that stayed mostly hidden by the brush about 20 meters from us. Dilip pointed out some beautiful ...
... displayed terracotta versions of ancient art by Wayanad tribes. Sivan did a good job of documenting, whilst I had a pidgin conversation with the museum owner, and wife of the artist who created the works.
In the late afternoon sun, with lush trees around us, we strolled back to the main road, and caught the bus back to Manathavady - 50p for 3 of us to travel ...
... 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...
... were all very excitable, and keen to teach me some Malayalam (the state language of Kerala).
They headed off after 30 minutes or so having made sure a picture was on all of their phones, and I then headed inside to speak with everyone else.
Finding phrasebook at the bottom of my backpack is an absolute winner.
Food this evening was a chicken curry with rice. Keen to be keeping up appearances, I ...