Green Berg Resort
Travel Blogs from Idukki
... close to the water - we were in the prime viewing spot for this. This is the India I wanted to see - I'm so impressed with what the Parks and Forest Service is doing here. Apparently there are tigers in the reserve, but these are not usually seen by tourists. Although I would love to see a tiger, I appreciate that this place is a wildlife reserve and not a zoo. Good news - our hotel has a 'beer bar' so we availed ourselves of this before ...
... get them so one isn't worth it". As you can see from the tiring conversation that's probably a bit hard for you to follow, we walked away with no beer. We sat at the top of the boat reading while we cruised to where we'd dock for the night. There were 8 geckos on the boat and a whole lotta bugs, we played card games and had dinner at 8pm. The tiger prawns were amazing! Well worth the $$$$$. We also had lady's finger salad, bean salad, chapatis and curry. 24th March: ...
... a new line in the tree which then drips latex for approx. two hours. He collects all the latex and tips it into a large "bidon" which is then taken back to a hut where the latex is put through a sieve, mixed with water and formic acid. This mixture is then put out in trays which then harden into "mats" which are put out on a line to dry. We passed several lines with these mats drying and they looked exactly like a row of nappies. The mats are then smoked in ...
... in the clouds.
On our last day in Munnar we spent some time with the family taking photos of the beautiful house and garden and then Santhosh took us on a much anticipated tour of his spice plantation, showing us all the plants/ trees and asking us to guess what each spice/ fruit was. I managed to get a few, Marios was clueless and Santhosh looked bemused at our curiosity and
cluelessness. There was an astonishing variety of nutmeg, cashew, ...
... coach. Didn't sound too bad, 12 hours is a long way but at least we'd get a seat and could get some sleep. Wrong. The train arrives and it's bedlam trying to get on, never mind get off. It's like the school bus queue all over again...only we've five pieces of luggage to somehow haul on where there doesn't seem to be the space for all the people, let alone the luggage. Stuck on the luggage rack with four other people and our luggage (and ...
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- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed