Travel Blogs from Vythiri
... home of an affluent local family while the other was in several luxurious cabins on a coffee and spice plantation. Although there is some wildlife in the region we were the viewing tours available were not recommended so spent the time in such quieter activities as wandering the tea gardens and spice plantations, bird watching, and short hikes. The Western Ghats are a beautiful area and one I could have spent much more time ...
... not sure what I think about it yet? Soph and I headed out to the local town today where we had 2 coffees (highly illegal at the accommodation) God it was good!! The locals are incredibly friendly, especially the children who want to practice their English with you. Have only been here two days but am feeling extremely relaxed and like I have been away for weeks!
Wishing everyone a merry christmas!
Love Shona and Sophie
... the tale. NH17 will live in my memory for some time to come I'm sure! When sat comfortably and with good wifi access I'll provide more of an update. Here's hoping I can locate a much needed cold beer. What a day indeed! ...
... the paper tray on the floor with the rest of the rubbish after he'd finished eating. I looked at the tray and it read "Enjoy Gleetex, Number 1 Gentlemans' Underpants" and had a picture of a Bollywood star standing in his Y Fronts. one way I suppose of reaching your core market. Then a clean napkin fell out of my pocket next to Nana Kumar and she was horrified that something so vile could have landed next to her and she went into hen peck ...
... by much.
Sunday 13th In the morning we went to the Edakkal Caves, which have rock carvings believed to date from 6000 BC to 4000 BC - interesting but very busy. In the afternoon we walked through a coffee plantation to a waterfall. Usually the plunge pool is swimable, but not for us due to the water from the mini-monsoon rains.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet