Planet Green Plantation Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... some nice people and the family really looked after us with fantastic home cooking with nearly all the food coming straight from the surrounding organic farm including 8(!) different types of bananas, coconuts, coffee, pepper, cardamon, vanilla, ginger and veg. They also kept us well entertained by taking us to see a Bollywood film at the local cinema, tours of the grounds ...
... with Kerala paratha, my favourite bread so far. Curries and rice and banana with curd for dessert. Next day, we bussed to Edakkal Caves which is believed to be a shelter of neolithic people. It had a steep incline to the entry, then 200 steep steps (rock and man made) to the top, in quite humid weather. The caves were pretty, but the main attraction was the carvings inside the uppermost cave. It seemed like geometric patterns, until our guide pointed out ...
... on the wait list but the only info we could muster was she'd be in the same carriage. Turns out that I had my seat and she'd have to move about every station for the spare seats! After an hour though he moved is both to two chairs next to each other. It was a 7 hour train ride, as the air con was on full! We ended up w out towel over our knees and hoodies on! Quite a temperature shock when we disembarked at Calicuit. We still had a three hour bus to get out ...
... a second hand bike presented a host of challenges which would have been easily manageable if I planned to ride the bike locally but with the kind of motorcycle tour Tharun and I planned to go on, it was a bad idea. Abhi, also said that for a long ride, he would recommend the Thunderbird, another 350 cc bike from the RE stable designed specifically to be a cruiser bike. Abhi quickly added that he could get me a brand new Thunderbird from a showroom ...
... are quite hot and spicy. In the hotels there are multiple meat dishes, almost always in a curry or gravy. The chutneys usually are wildly spicy, mint, ginger and fire based. I had a few pieces of eggplant pickle at one of our home hosted meals. First two bites, nothing, third bite, sneezing, eyes watering, nose running. It has become my standard bearer for spiciness. Today we left the state of Kerataka. We drove through a national park and within the park ...