Aashirvad's Pleasant Stays
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so I said yes, and hopped on the back of his bike for 3km.
The small plantation grew bananas, coffee, black pepper, and rubber, and was owned by some friends of his. He showed me each type of banana tree, how quickly they grow (from nothing to 9 months he seemed to be saying) and also how coffee plants are good to grow nearby, as they like the shade from the big leaves.
A guy who lived there called Ashry ...
Team of 11 members (Shankar, manoj, sundar,varadaraj, vinod , vikesh, Dhananjaya(DJ), Sheshagiri, Raja, Mahesh and me) started from bangalore office at 1.30 am in a TT with driver manjunath. Everyone was excited about this team outing as we were going outside bangalore after a year on team outing. It was a good drive with a good vehicle and driver. Till 4.00am guys were watching movie, enjoying songs, had some snacks , soft drinks on ...
... the reserve area. It is also extremely expensive to buy (26,000 ?lacks ( a unit comprising 100,000 rupees) per acre. I haven't done the conversion to compare this to land prices in New Zealand - but 50 rupees is approximately NZ$1. We had a few power cuts in the evening. When the lights went off the surroundings become extremely dark - we are after all in the middle of a large area of bush. Jessica and I used our kindle e-readers as torches - very ...
... in love with.
I arrived at the retreat in still early morning when the previous nighters were checking out and I still had hours before checking in. Two traveling couples were checking out. Both struck up a conversation with me while I waited. One couple was an English and in their 60s – backpacking after retirement – and the other was a Pakastani couple in their 40/50s traveling more opulently. The British couple were cheery and decidedly happy about their ...
... in Oman. After our week at the WII, we’ll be visiting the Rajiji and Corbett National Parks – the institute is organizing our visits there. And I just learned today, that I’ll get to accompany some conservation scientists from the National Center for Biological Sciences in Bangalore, on a trip to a couple of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in the State of Kerala.
I am very much looking forward to visiting more of India’s Protected ...