Planet Green Plantation Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... in 20 minutes... i had a dog, it's name was...Bingo!
Nice group, English guy who was typical middle class rugby player, big guy who planned to join the army when he got back and who's dad was clearly some kind of officer but great guy, polite, friendly and we chatted almost the whole trek. There was a dutch guy who was also friendly and in to football but his team were Nac Breda, 2nd from bottom in the dutch league, and i told him i knew that because i always ...
... their own garden, have cows that are blessed every day and also rubbed down with oil and look after their staff and neighbours with the same care as us clients. The whole place has a sense of tranquility that arises from Hindu spirituality that is evident everywhere....the artwork, the beautiful displays of floating flowers, the chanting, the pooja (purification and prayer ceremonies), the carefully laid out meal trays, the prayer ...
... our few mile walk there and around we headed back to the hotel bakery called mathai's. Mathai's served good coffee, sweet & savoury snacks, tea, ice cream and milkshakes. The coffee was very nice and we decided to try the jaggery and banana halwa. It was an almost gelatinous chunk of cake/sweet made with coconut oil. Only on writing this have I found out that jaggery is actually evaporated dark Palm sugar, oh well it tasted good and it's ...
... the carvings are hard to decipher, but there were several unmistakable representations of human figures (both male and female), a peacock, and elephant, circles that could resemble either flowers or Suns/stars. And there was Tamil inscriptions (dated later) that explained that the king who lived in the caves had killed many tigers. Tamil is actually an older language than Sanskrit, contrary to what many believe. The cave was at a ...
One week on and at last I'm in new (to me) territory. I took the advice of the incredibly friendly, helpful staff at the Ashwarya Residency, where I stayed in Mysore. So yesterday I came by 'luxury' bus to Kolpetta in the Wayanad District which is a forest reserve, being in the Western Ghats it's cooler, with very lush scenery: vivid green rice paddies, red earth, enormous bamboo ( 10 times the size of the bamboo a BCF) and ...