Planet Green Plantation Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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. ...
... forest, but a bit ambitious when there was also the invitation for people to go splash and play in the water. Needless to say, the screams of laughter won.
Sivankaran directed us for photos, and we then took the raft back to the mainland. As it was late afternoon by now, we all got an ice cream too.
En route to the bus route we stopped at a Tribal ...
Set amongst the Brahmagri hills; a lush forest, is the temple of Thirunelly, built 7,000 .years ago
It is at the junction of 3 Indian states, and 4 wildlife reserves #nature
The Brahmagri hills have much historical significance, with stone-age man living in the area. Subsequently, many other natives have lived in the region for the past 10,000 years. #culture
The main period of focus is the time of the Dravidians (5000 - 4000 BC), after extensive ...
... cutlery and dived in finger first, gaining tips on how to improve my technique. Despite their efforts, I naturally lagged, and Sivasan took the reigns of camera - waiting for a DPP of me licking my fingers.
The digestif was betele a coarse fruit that is ground using pestel and mortar, and then chewed to freshen up the mouth. Madhu's father (who I'm guessing has done the ritual thousands of times) was very happy to teach me the process - including ...
... have a couple of days in a nice area without the chance of seeing a tiger. So after a short rest in my room, we drove out to a temple close by, which is dedicated to a reincarnation of Vishnu and is thought to be 5000 years old. What was more interesting though, and kinda saved the day, was that we did see wildlife from the road ;-) First a group of one male and two female elephants, then a couple of small herds of gaur and some more spotted deer and on the way back a ...