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: ...
... two up in the branches, but I was always keeping an eye out for any more angry elephants hiding in the bushes! We spent a lazy afternoon reading in the sun after our near miss, and had a great meal at a local restaurant with a well earned beer or two. We also explored some of the local shops and managed to find a really nice bed spread and some cushion covers for our house when we get back, though we don't actually have a house yet. Or a flat. Or anywhere, but in time we ...
... on the coast up in the hills you needed hot water as the temperatures were quite low.
The next day was very pleasant and the views were spectacular, we got to go into the plantations and take a walk round, sample the tea, see the tea pickers at work and go up to the top hill station as well as taking a look at the dam which was built in 1953 and provides hydroelectricity for the area. The highlight was seeing wild elephants ...
... back to our farmhouse. Leveraging his fire building expertise, developed over a lifetime of crafting bonfires on the beach in Australia, Nick cooks up a cozy fire in the pit using the wood he and Thijs had smuggled earlier in the day. One by one, the rest of us take a seat around the fire, talking, laughing, and singing into the night - a fitting end to a perfect day.
Having trekked up and down the hills of Munnar for the greater part of the previous day, ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed