Issac's Hotel Regency
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... sit for a few minutes every couple of 100 metres or so. This gave the guys ample time to take some photos (potential DPPs), which they'd really been enjoying.
After our plod around the lake we decided "house" was the best option, and retraced our movements back, with the addition of a Christmas Lunch for Sirasan, Sajeev, but not me.
A couple of blurry hours later we were back at home. I rested on the bed, and Sirasan got ready for the trip to his performance. ...
... Early morning around 6 , we reached to Kerala Border , we stopped near a Rama temple and have Nice Kerala tea. Then we proceeded inside kerala after paying entry tax.
Around 9.00 am we reached to our Destination "Sunrise Homestay".It was very good. Nice view of Tea Garderns from the balcony ( and a Graveyard to :) )We had spent lot of time on finalizing the Homestay and on reaching there , Everyone was happy with the ...
... arriving at the neighbours house ( they kindly directed us in the right direction). The lodge is about 100 years old and is set in the middle of a coffee plantation. We are surrounded by trees filled with monkeys and have been advised that it is not safe for us to walk along the tracks on our own. There are tigers in the area and one had to be killed last month after it got a taste for man (apparently our bones ...
... though they rushed off to catch their ride out. The Pakastani couple were more ostentatious and glitzy. The woman apparently worked in education innovation in Pakistan as well. We bonded over our work and she was pretty excited about the work I am doing at Quest (and that story comes in another blog entry. Patience!). They left as well and I felt that I had the retreat to myself. The dining area was totally open and nicely decked with "retreat" decorations as any good retreat would. ...
... in Oman. After our week at the WII, we’ll be visiting the Rajiji and Corbett National Parks – the institute is organizing our visits there. And I just learned today, that I’ll get to accompany some conservation scientists from the National Center for Biological Sciences in Bangalore, on a trip to a couple of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in the State of Kerala.
I am very much looking forward to visiting more of India’s Protected ...