Periyar Meadows Leisure Hotel
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... species of poultry birds and adorable
rabbits. Visit the animals in their mangers and feed them to make some furry
friends.The farm has
a watchtower which promises the most breathtaking view of the Cumbum valley.
Trek to the end of the farm to the tower for unforgettable experience and put
your DSLR to some nice use. And then have a picnic of the freshest produce of
the farm when you get down from the tower, watching ...
... we get a vegetable curry, vegetable korma, daal fry, mango lassi and passion fruit soda. It's absolutely delicious, tastier than Brunton last night and about an eighth of the price. What mugs we are! Tensing decides it's time for a change of music after we've eaten and switches to his collection of Hindi music. It's far livelier than the Malayalam collection, and almost reminiscent of the theme tune to Hawaii 5-0. This dramatic soundtrack coincides with our drive ...
... gives pleasure to the children for playing each other, and we can hear
beautiful voice of the wagging tree leaves. This is one of the favourite
tourists destinations in Kerala
Paragliding /Suicide point
This is the ...
... bulbous root sticking out the ground and is shaded by huge leaves.
After arriving in Thekkady, we watched the amazing Indian mixed martial art of Kalary. The guys perform in a clay pit and do mind-blowing things like disarm their knife-wielding counterpart using a scarf, attack each other with spears, swords and shields, somersault over 3 guys lined up and jump through a ...
... came back.
The next day we were at breakfast in a place called Green Pepper Garden when the owner approached us about a special trip he runs for no more than two people to see the sights of the Kerela / Tamil Nadu border and also to meet his friend who is a holy man and lives near a temple. This holy man had apparently spent 15 years in a cave mediating and eating bananas to achieve enlightenment. The trip was quite expensive, but ...