Urumbi Hill Palace Plantation Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... though! For the spiritual side of Varkala, I visited the Sree Janardhana Swami Temple or Varkala temple. This temple is 2000 years old and had some aspects that I had not seen or heard of before in other Hindu temples. The temple is lit up every Sunday with hundreds of little ghee lamps built into the walls. I can only imagine how beautiful this looks! There is also a tree in the corner near the entrance where worshipers offer prayers in the hope of gaining children. They ...
... is an amazing experience.
Shive Ganga waterfall
To quench the thirst of the followers the lord Shiva brought Ganga
water here and blessed his people. This pure water flourishes the
land and Idukki Arch Dam the great ...
The rubber trees are very like sugar maples - the sap is tapped during a specific season, then processed. When the rubber trees are too young to be tapped, they plant pineapples between the trees, so they can always have a cash crop. The tea plants are ...
From Hampi we took a sleeper train to Bangalore. The sleeper trains are much cheaper than the AC classes and with no real differences, other than you don't have curtains to shut the world out. I think it's quite a novelty having white, westerners taking the sleeper trains though as everyone seems to stare as they pass you by. I just threw my blanket over my head and tried to get some sleep, which wasn't easy as I am sure every Indian person on that train was snoring. We had booked ...
... up at 7.30am after a cold nights sleep (couldn't turn AC off) had omlet and toast for breakfast then cruised back to meet our driver. We picked up my cousin Matt from down the road then drove to Kovalam beach. It was another crazy drive. Luckily Matt Eno was in the front seat with a seatbelt on, unlike matthew and I in the back with no seatbelts. Matthew was asleep and Ashok was looking to the left I yelled stop stop stop stop! And Ashok slammed on his breaks ...