Thekkady Wild Corridor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the evening went.
Geoff came in a little later and was a little disappointed that he wasn't able to get a tour of the lake, all sailings were fully booked, but he had a wander around the town, bought a few goodies (which I haven't seen yet) and went out to dinner with Michael and Nina.
Feeling very full and fat as I waddle off to bed, tomorrow we are visiting the backwaters of Kerela which is meant to be very dramatic. ...
... beaten with a bamboo stick, pervy men who wont stop taking photos and someone trying to get into our room one night. The onyl good part was that we found a bar which was free entry and free drinks all night - me and nic got a bit tipsy but definitely got our bollywood on! We take a tour to a massive waterfall and some spice plantations - we know lots of facts about spices now - hopefully they may help in a pub quiz one day and then have a ride on an elephant around a beautiful ...
... some food that I can eat some time soon. After lunch we take a paddle boat ride along the lake. It is short but pleasant. On the way back to the office we stop to see some bones of elephants and other indigenous animals that are housed in a building not far from the dining area. After filling out the evaluations we hook back up with our respective jeeps and resume animal watching as we head out from the park. We see some more ...
... which is about $1.30 or so. We have been spending way too much on first class travel (kidding!). I hear we should expect to pay substantially more in Europe and particularly the tube in London. Tip from Londoners: look into Oyster cards and book trains ahead in England. We took an auto from the train to the bus station in Kottayam and boarded a bus to Kumily. Again natural a/c and again an uphill winding road that I'm not too excited ...
... of them fly over. The staff at Wildernest warn you to lock the balcony door to prevent the monkeys from coming in and pestering you.
Early to bed as we have a 0530 date with another line to get into the park for a 0700 boat ride on the lake in the reserve. No lions, but tigers and (sloth) bears, live in this park, probably far, far away from where we will be, but ya' gotta try.....