Tabernacle Resort

Address: Spring Valley P.O, Thekkady, Kerala, 685536, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Spring Valley P.O, Thekkady.
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      Munnar to Thekkady

      A travel blog entry by mktravels on Nov 09, 2014

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      We left Munnar and took at 4 hour winding, bordering painful drive to Thekkady which is location of the Periyar National Park,.

      Food has been an interesting topic on our trip, as southern India has been more challenging than we envisaged. Southern indian food is very different from the north that we experienced last time. Delhi had mild creamy fattening ...

      Cochin and Periyar

      A travel blog entry by tproke on Feb 20, 2013

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      ... the forest. In preparation for our time in Periyar we decided to buy some gin and tonic to bring with us. This was easier said than done. We have found since our arrival in India that it can be extremely difficult to get a drink here. If you are staying in a large hotel with a lounge you are fine, but most small hotels and lodges do not have liquor licences. Trying to buy alcohol is not easy either. after several attempts at explaining what we were looking ...

      The Tiger That Came For Tea (And Spices)

      A travel blog entry by maxandclare on Dec 13, 2012

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      ... into detail about the spiders we saw, only to say they were comfortably the size of my hand. (See picture) After a trip on Periyar's lake and a trek through the forest, we headed off a couple of plantations. The area inland in Kerala is mountainous and a great deal of tea, coffee and spices grow here. The bus ride up through the mountains, with its lush scenery and dramatic views, should have been all good fun, if it weren't for the ...


      A travel blog entry by debsrtwjourney on Jan 19, 2012

      ... Cyriac and his wife Dolly slept on mattresses outside their room the night it happened, just in case the couple needed anything in the middle of the night. The reason so many people – mostly Indian - drowned, apparently, is that they did not know how to swim. The British couple came back last year and stayed again at Pepper County. They were scheduled to come back a third time in another month.

      We were fortunate to see some ...

      The Beautiful Gundu

      A travel blog entry by kittyemma on Dec 28, 2011

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      ... his bottle (and a half) of beer, Ranesh felt it was time to teach Emma how to drive a TukTuk. Kitty's whiteknuckles, pale complexion and shakey knees said it all, when they arrived to view the elephants! Emma's experience at riding a moped round London clearly did not qualify her to drive a Tuk Tuk through the slalom of the villages surrounding Kumily!Gundu, our trusty steed, sauntered through the cardamom plantation, stopping occasionally to have a bite to ...