Hotel S.N. International
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... jackets, donning huge orange vests under strict instruction! We set off in our various boats onto the misty lake, its still and silent beauty marred by the noise of the families on other boats but fortunately ours is a smaller, more tranquil affair and we cruise around for an hour away from the crowds. To be honest, there’s not an enormous amount to see but families of cormorants nest in various tree stumps protruding from the waters and we spy the odd flashes of blue ...
... We took an early morning bird hike. You can see the pictures taken with Larry's new camera. He developed lens envy on our last trip (thank you Richard) and purchased a new Lumix camera with an amazing zoom. On boat trips on the man made lake, dammed to generate power, we saw guar -- largest bovine in the world, wild boar, and sambar -- a type of deer. Only Larry has spotted an elephant so ...
... where we ended up at Chrissy’s place. Once again we were the only ones there but the friendliness of Rajen (who has great plans to have his own spice plantation someday) made for a great dinner of made fresh pizza and a super chilled drink. It was delicious and a nice change from what we have been eating.
It was a great day in Kumily but now we are preparing ourselves for a long bus ride back to Alleppey. Before we left we also got some spices and chocolates for a great ...
... prior permission for this activity wherein they arrange for a walk in one of the mini islands of the Periyar lake.
Food: One can get food at Kumuli only.
On the way back there are many spices shops which sell various spices and other good from the forest.
We have purchased grapes of great quality at 25Rs/ KG at Cumbam on the way back to Dindigul railway station to catch our train back to Chennai.
... were partly dried-up. The one to mention is Lakkom falls, which is quiet big and had some water. Clicked few pics from there and drove further towards Munnar.
Around 5 PM we reached Munnar town. Munnar is small lively town filled with just tourists. You could see spice/tea shops in every corner, Jeep stands looking for tourists to hire, bridges crossing over the river tributaries, agents ...