Rangerwood Nature Castle
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On the road again ...4 hour across country side ...it seems a little cooler along the way ...fingers crossed it will be when we get there Small towns along the way and loads of farms Sugar cane, rice, coconuts, corn, pawpaw, coffee, cacao ... Dying for some good chocolate ...bananas paddocks of flowers, veggies ...nice to see the country side The …
... actor playing Bhima to thank him for racing through his turn at the cabaret.
Bizarrely, as this all happens there is a multi-coloured 2014 sign behind them, which we hope hasn’t been left over from last year. Thankfully as the countdown starts and the music reaches its crescendo, the sign is ripped down to be replaced by a hastily printed piece of paper with 2015 written on it. No Big Ben chimes here, instead we ring in the new year with 'Gangnam Style’ and ...
... our days in Kerala! We made a first stop to buy some snacks for the way - banana chips, jackfruit chips, spicy potato chips, seasoned peanuts, "dark fantasy" chocolate filled cookies, dream cream butterscotch cookies and water - WE WERE READY FOR THE LONG DRIVE!
Our driver was quite the tour guide, stopping at different sites around the Periyar River for us to take pictures of monkeys, churches, landscapes, artisans, wishing wells/temples around ...
... produce and how little the raw material sells for, though given the size of the plantations someone is making a lot of money! We arrived at our accommodation for the next two nights, Wildernest, which was a really nice B&B tucked away from the town towards the lake and wildlife reserve. After unpacking a few bits we headed out to a spice garden just out of town where we met Mr Abraham, the proud owner of Abraham's Spice Garden. We were reliably informed that ...
... been trained to voice and touch command to move logs either with trunk/ tusks or mouth.We observed and took photos of the enormous amount of feces and urine an elephant can produce.
We then were off to a spice plantation tour with a man whose grandfather started the gardens 60 years ago.Wow..vanilla,allspice,chilis,pepper corns, cardamon,cinnamon,nutmeg,mace,red and ...