Club Mahindra Tusker Trails
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Today we are in Thekkady! Before, we were in the mountains and now we're at sea level. We came to our hotel and then we went to see 2 programs. The first one was called Kalari Paitu which is an ancient martial arts form. We got to see people fighting with swords and shields, people jumping through 2 flaming rings at once, and people doing contortions. Check out video 1. It was kind of scary but also very interesting. The other program we saw was called ...
... Maharshi" who retrieved Kerala from the sea by throwing his axe, installed the idol of Ayyappa at Sabarimala to worship Lord Ayyappa.
583Trekking for elephants - heard them but did not see them!
A view of the sholas at the overlook of the Sabarimala Shrine
On the return from the already full day of wonders and discoveries we drove by many tea plantations and stopped at one in which they were collecting the tea ...
Up at 6:00 to take the boat trip on the lake, beautiful morning sunny and misty, saw Lemur monkeys, elephants wild boar, sambhar deer, bison, snake birds kingfishers and a turtle apologies to species that I have left out! Put the telephoto lens to good use but it is cumbersome to keep changing lenses so may look into an upgrade at some stage! Back to the hotel for breakfast then on to ...
... 163;3 I have ever spent. After about half an hour of trekking through the forest, our guide signalled for us to be quiet. Having only stopped for some interesting trees I was thinking it would be a bird perhaps? The guide seemed quite excited and had his own camera out so I thought we might be lucky and see a rare bird perhaps...? It was a herd of elephants. We watched the herd for around 20 ...
... 24 hours but unfortunately and potentially put me off Indian food for life. We delayed the taxi to set off the next day, one day before our flight to the North of Indian.
Spending a lot of time in our room watching TV we got a little gripped to some survival programmes such as Man Vs. Wild and Man Women Wild. We soon realised staying in Indian is only a matter of survival and just like the TV we put ourselves in this situation, we just need to ...