Green Berg Resort
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- Conference facilities
- Adult pool
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Kids pool
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... mention Jimmy
who was donning two T shirts and I seemed to the strongest in a simple knee
All along the ride which is just 12 kms from our stay though
it seemed light-years away, it takes one 3 hours to go uphill and come down. Be
advised not to take your vehicles though I did see a Scorpio and Pajero making
its way through. The driver who took us on this ride was telling us of stories
who were not ready to hire a Jeep saying ...
... private vehicle for the next stretch of the journey, a small number of us 'outlaws' stick to the trip dossier and chose public buses. It turns out we are only the second group in four years to do this.
Open windows invite in the dust from the pitted roads. Worn suspension on the dilapidated government transport means the ride is bumpy, yet it's incredibly cheap and an amiable a way to travel even when crowded.
Today I woke with my body aching and a ...
Flying south from Kolkata through Mumbai and then to the very southern tip of India at Trivandrum, I knew I was going to see a different India to the one I had got to know in the north. I was right. I felt like I had arrived in a new country again; lots of lush green coconut trees, a lot less tooting of vehicles, a slower more relaxed pace, a high humidity, fewer stray animals and new food to try! So...to continue my journey across India! Three of us were continuing to this tour of ...
I wasn't sad to be leaving Madurai. The hotel had pretty hopeless service and managed to stuff up our check in, check out, and had sloppy service at the restaurant. Actually, this was pretty much what the TripAdvisor website said. However, The real reason I was very pleased to be leaving the city, is because my preference is to be surrounded by nature, rather than surrounded by cars, people and city life. We drove for about four hours, ...
... After a breakfast of kings (local pizza), the afternoon wildlife is much more note worthy. We jumped into some tuk tuks and headed to a Elephant sanctuary. There we spent the afternoon having elephant rides (i had to go side saddle as i'm just not flexible enough to do the splits while trying to hold on for dear life), getting to feed these amazing animals and generally having a wicked time. Its the first time I've really been up close and ...