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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Thekkady
... and spooning portions onto our plate. Sara struggled and I did a little too as the meat was rather tough and as is customary, the food is served up lukewarm…..Graham soldiered on. There was fresh local pineapple for pudding. After dinner, Sara opened up a bottle of brandy that they’d bought en route, purely for medicinal purposes, but had yet to be opened, it made a very nice little ...
... As we climbed the hills towards Thekkady the climate became cloudier and cooler and lusher. The Grand Thekkady hotel wasn't quite as palatial as it claimed to be but the room had a double bed (the first one!) and a ridiculous number of light switches. I was advised to keep the windows shut because of monkeys and sure enough one appeared almost immediately. Thekkady is famous for its spices and sure enough we were taken round a farm and shown the various spices ...
... Railway) 100km
Thiruvanathapuram (Airport) 210km
Kovalam (Beach) 230km
Varkkala (Beach) 200km
Idukki (Arch Dam) 50km
Munnar (sandal forest) 100km
Thekkady(Tiger Reserve) 62km
Marmala stream (waterfall) ...
... one of the wildest parts of the jungle,
“Hisssss….” Came a voice from a pile of stones. “Go no further, you will never find the Prince near here! Only the fierce tiger this is his kingdom you are in…”
But the monkeys and bison wouldn’t be stopped by the warnings of the snake and they continued on. ...
So.....the highlight for us was a visit to the home of the sister of our driver. He happened to be talking to her on the phone and mentioned that his sister lived nearby. We asked if he wanted to visit her and we'd wait in the car or go for a walk. When we arrived his 2 sisters greeted us (one was visiting from Delhi where she is studying her Bachelor of Science).
Both ladies served us sweet black coffee (no refrigerator for milk), biscuits and fruit ...