Thekkady Wild Corridor
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... was onwards to Cochin for our final two nights in India.
We were going from one homestay to another in Cochin, our next one was a very different experience though - not quite as homely, the accommodation was depressingly basic and mosquito ridden although the welcome from the owner Judith was warm and friendly. In a cramped residential location just outside but within walking distance of ...
... expected time. We quickly realised that our first bus ride had been too easy and not prepared us for the real experience. This bus was packed and we were lucky to get a seat next to our bags. Indian pop music blasted out, and with its pink exterior we felt like we were on the venga bus. The road from Munnar to Kumily winds around the bumpy hill passes. It was beautiful scenery but this bus driver obviously felt that he should be a Formula ...
... to bathing the elephant. There was no swimming water, you washed him with a brush while the trainers sprayed you with water from a hose. Well at least the elephant got some water and I got soaked which cooled me down. It was fun just not what I expected. Kumily is beside Pervale National sanctuary so I was shopping to do some activities inside the park tomorrow. We stop at the booking office only to find that each ...
... I think it will take me a couple of nights to get used to not having as much space and privacy but I am super excited to meet some other travellers. That being said, our S. India group just had our good-bye lunch (mmm...fresh fish and prawns) and it was a bit sad. I really enjoyed this group of people and you start to form a little community after awhile which is really nice. (ok sappiness over...this is not my usual ...
... Acharya (belgian)and Fr. Bede Griffiths (from Walton-on-Thames) who were both ordained as Trappist monks and started the ashram in Kurisumala above Vagamon. We arrive in time to join the midday prayersand witness a veritable religious fusion. The monks wear saffron robes, there is an altar with a candle indicating a eucharistic presence, they kneel and bow to their heads to the floor and hold out their hands like muslims and recite prayers in the local ...