Planet Green Plantation Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... The electric fence takes its feed from the main village power lines suspended above so who knows how much voltage it carries and they also dig huge trenches in an attempt to deter the elephants with farms having their own moats. The elephants are pretty clever though, Hussain said that once the Elephant is shocked it will remember and subsequently find a large tree trunk and lay it down on the fence and then just walk over, hence ...
... 30kmph zone at 70kmph! We were a bit put off by the speed/spitting/music etc. however all was forgiven when he driver slowed to a stop and pointed out a wild elephant about 30m away from us by the side of the road just chomping away on a tree!
It was such a wonderful sight, and probably a highlight of the trip so far to see such a magnificent animal in the wild, so close to us. We took a few photos but the beat a hasty retreat after only a minute or so ...
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Up at 8:30 for a quick coffee and pancake before checking out and jumping in a tuk tuk to the bus station for the 9:30 bus to Mananthavady. We knew we were at the right platform but it was still a wee bit chaotic trying to pick the correct bus. Today's journey is only 3.5 hrs on a cramped public bus and it actually went quite smooth as we wound through the hills leading towards the Wayanad National Park. We made our way through Nagarhole NP and we had our eyes peeled for ...
... about our trip.
Even though, both Tharun and I feel that our parent's support for our trip comes from the fact that they know that we will do the trip anyways, we don't want them to be super uncomfortable with the idea of us riding all the way to Leh.
Anyways, I need to get a bike first. Our parent's worry will be unfounded if I don't get a bike because the trip will not happen in the first place.