KTDC Periyar House

Address: Dist. Idukki, Thekkady, Kerala, 685536, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Dist. Idukki, Thekkady.
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        Travel Blogs from Thekkady

        Rubber and spice plantations of Thekkady

        A travel blog entry by shareddi on May 26, 2013

        168 photos

        ... trade attracted Portuguese traders to Kerala, and eventually paved the way for the European colonization of the whole of India.
        Kerala is the state with the lowest positive population growth rate in India (3.44%). The state has the highest Human Development Index (HDI) (0.790) in the country according to the Human Development Report 2011. It also has the highest literacy rate (93.91%), the highest life expectancy (74 years) and the highest ...

        Elephant Junction

        A travel blog entry by india2012 on Feb 18, 2012

        4 comments, 9 photos

        ... been trained to voice and touch command to move logs either with trunk/ tusks or mouth.We observed and took photos of the enormous amount of feces and urine an elephant can produce.
        We then were off to a spice plantation tour with a man whose grandfather started the gardens 60 years ago.Wow..vanilla,allspice,chilis,pepper corns, cardamon,cinnamon,nutmeg,mace,red and ...

        Cooking up a Storm

        A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Dec 03, 2011

        10 photos

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        Annabelle studied form, frequently asking questions and taking photos and notes. More important than that she was chief taster and determined to make sure she could replicate everything that she was learning when we got home. Shukour started off with the Dahl Fry which to our delight was much easier than we had expected. He used a pressure cooker to speed up the cooking process and Annabelle made a note to try and steal Kimmy’s ...

        Tiger, Tiger where art thou?

        A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Dec 02, 2011

        41 photos

        ... an elephants scapula and rib showed us just how large these animals are. Crazy! Outside the entrance we found Jobi waiting for us along with several other jeep drivers who had fallen asleep in their back seats, we thought what a boring job it must have been for them to wait all day for their passengers!

        On the way back Jobi was determined to help us see more wildlife and spent some more time tracking down animals for us ...

        Anyone for tea?

        A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey on Nov 23, 2010

        18 photos

        ... a different dirty step to quickly scoff pastries, onion bargees and chocolate before cycling what we had been told would be another 35 miles.) Vince and Tracey (Pompey supporters), miraculously appeared again and were so gutted for us that we had had to come back town, that they really made us feel better. Someone feeling your pain and understanding and respecting what you have done does make you feel a bit better about it! They gave us the boost we needed ...