Royal Palm Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... d see a smile. Soon after we turned down a snicket and were walking amongst the banana and spice plantations whilst Hussain pointed out crops along the way from Robusta/Arabica coffee plants to ginger and pepper plants.
Living so close to the National Park can be troublesome for these farmers as the wild Elephants can destroy a banana plantation in minutes so they erect huge electric fences around the NP boundary close to ...
... 8217;t starting till tomorrow, so we popped to the ATM, dropped in on a bee-farm (some blokes house by the side of the road with a few bee hives out front!) and had an impromptu trip to see the tomb of the King of Kerala who was killed by the British in the last 1800’s. A few random stops, but it was just nice to be out and about, and we still kept our eyes glued to the roadside on the way back in case we saw anymore elephants like this morning!
... only tourists on the bus we kept trying to get the attention of the money collecting lady who sat at the back of the bus (she blew a whistle once to get the driver to stop and three times to get him to set off again) as we didn’t want to miss our stop and had no idea where we were. When our stop finally arrived, she told us we were there and we tried to get our bags down from the rack above, but we can’t have been fast enough for her liking as she kept shouting ...
... a good wife" as soon as we got into the car at the airport.
We stopped for some chicken and fish Biryani at "The Oven." I was slightly shocked at the prices. The price seems to be six times of what I paid for a biryani when I was an engineering student. Shishira quietly reminds me that I was a student more than a decade ago. The biryani is also served without a boiled egg which is a big part of my biryani eating experience in a hotel. The ...
... attempt, posing with my hands on the clay for the photos. (Whoops, was I supposed to write that?) Genesta, by contrast, was very good with the clay.
Genesta and I also went on a hike to two small farming communities, which grow rice, beetle nut, and bananas. The people here are from a tribal society. Some of the women wear their saris without a shirt underneath, stretch their lobes with a rolled stalk from the pineapple plant and men wear ...