The Elephant Court Thekkady
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Kids pool
- Multilingual staff
Photos of The Elephant Court Thekkady
TripAdvisor Reviews The Elephant Court Thekkady
Travel Blogs from Thekkady
... 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 ...
I have never been asked so many times, in this order, the following questions... Where you from? What is your name? You are alone? (Sometimes backed up with, you have no friends? Nice) You work or study? Your profession? Here our conversation tends to run out. Everyone wants to practice their English, the children especially as they learn it in school. They get so excited, very sweet. I ...
... jack fruit,papayas,lemons,giant lemon,star anise,tamarind,star fruit,and avocado.Also saw poinsettias,orchid,salvia and many more .Also three kinds of coffee beans.We had a little taste of everything right off the trees.
Tomorrow we are off to Allepey for an overnight cruise on a houseboat in the backwaters so no internet until we hit Varkala Beach on Feb 20th.
... he could have a go at rowing, which was probably the worst thing that he could have done. Even after 5 minutes of trying he still could not get the hang of it and instead of moving anywhere we simply turned around in a circle. Obviously not a natural mariner, he gave up and allowed the guide to take over.
Back on dry land we had a quick stop in the on site museuem which was basically a room full of animal bones, including a few ...