Wild Elephant Eco Friendly Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... driving to Cochin. When I am on the wheels I am all Eyes (4 to be specific) on the road. A very bad traffic jam that literally made us stop for at least 45 minutes in Alleppey. We reached by 7 in Ernakulam and my friend Anjali arrives only by 9:30 at the airport so now we have 2:30 minutes to go. What to do? We decide to head to LULU Shopping Mall as we haven’t been there. (The biggest mistake we did). Just walked around the mall for a while and had to go like up and ...
... trees, coffee and nutmeg. Anwin showed us some nutmeg which was covered in this weird looking alien stuff which is apparently called nutmace and is used to flavour food like biriyani.
Cocoa is grown here too and we walked past a house where they were drying the beans in the sun and it seemed that Anwin knew them. He knows everyone here, every time he picked something for us to try he was like, "It's ...
... the best quality but worth taking home as a remembrance. Mostly CTC and Dust but some shops do stock Leaf Tea as well. Green tea also available.
For the nature lover who enjoys long walks and does not mind the absence of conventional entertainment or variety in cuisine, Valparai is the perfect peaceful destination.
... a mammoth 17 1/2 hour journey on 2 buses. It is fair to say we were a little tired and grumpy. After a quick nap, we took ourselves to the roadside hut/restaurant for some vegetable fried rice and curry- our new favourite cuisine fusion and felt much better. Munnar is famous for its tea plantations, so, our task for our first day was to find out about the best options to explore the area. We were soon approached by a rickshaw driver who seemed friendly ...
... our accommodation for the next 2 nights, or longer, if the strike held. We climbed into the hills, past oceans of tea plantations, amongst huge mountain tops, and sprawling forest canopy. 4km out of Munnar, we reached it; and we had a real treat. The accommodation was basic: 5 clean, comfortable rooms with attached bathrooms on 2 floors, with live-in chef-cum-housekeeper-cum-guide, Robin; all pretty ordinary - but the view from the balcony was simply beautiful. I hope ...