Thekkady Wild Corridor
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the ground. Hills and mountains of cardamom plantations underneath tall canopy of trees. As we arrived to the villa, our driver mentioned that it's my birthday so they organised the cake cutting and blowing candles. It was a simple fruit cake and three floating candles in the glasses of water, but that was very sweet to have a special celebration. There was an imposing fireplace in one of the sitting rooms, so ...
... unplucked and can last for as long as 125 years but at Connemara they replant after fifty years growth and plucking to keep bushes in their prime. Then follows an extensive drying process followed by extensive quality checks. We had no idea of what went into a cup of char so this was an education for us avid tea drinkers. At the end of our tour we enjoyed a cuppa to sample the tea, a bit different to ...
... br> Food: Homely food, Nadan food, Jungle food.
Rooms: Cottage (Rs: 2500, 3500, 5000) Homestay (Rs600,2000,3500) Bungalow(Rs: 5000,7000) Villa (Rs:3500, 6000) Hut (Rs:500,1000,1500) Cave (free)Tent (Rs:2000) Tree house (Rs: 3500,5000)etc.
... The monkeys were filled with dreadful thoughts of crocodiles and worries of whether the Prince could swim, but when they got to the shore they found no-one but a swarm of tadpoles stirring in the water. The tadpoles couldn’t say where the Prince was, they couldn’t talk at all, they were just babies.
Out in the warm waters the ...
... 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 ...