Travel Blogs from Thekkady
... for people to see them. Some of the animals we did see here included Guar -a big bovine; Nigiri langur - black monkey with gold mane; Malabar giant squirrel; Sambar - large deer; wild boar; wild elephants; grey monkey, and many birds. After walking along a dirt road through the forest, we eventually arrived at a small building by the side of the lake, where we had lunch and boarded the rafts. The ...
... The plantation is recommended by the bbc and lonely planet. It is also mentioned in a book about the 80 gardens of the world. I am not an expert in anyway but i did think it was very impressive. There were pepper trees, coffee plants, a selection of chillies (colours and sizes) coco tree (which Steph was close to stealing and taking home with her), the biggest lemon I have ever seen, bananas, various flowers and the one i do remember the name of is love lies ...
... a monkey in the distance and were starting to wonder what else we would get to see. By the time we headed back to the jeep there were 3 or 4 other jeep’s in a row which, although noisy, also gave us some other people to help spot animals.
Next up we were on the hunt for elephants and sure that we would find a massive group of them just hanging around somewhere. Of course we were thinking a little too jungle book and we ...
... very bad time to be hit with Delhi belly). The thirty minutes just fly by as you rack your brains for idle chit chat as the masseur stands directly in front of you for the whole thirty minutes, especially as it's in extremely broken English and your guessing half the conversation.
Learning about Mohammed
We were just getting packed up to leave beautiful Kumily in the midst of Kerela's tea mountains, when in pops Abbas, the owner ...
... and geckos enjoyed our accommodations probably a bit more than we did.
But the food was amazing. Our first meal was served on a banana leaf with small servings artfully arranged. Even the girls ate it most of the time.
We rested until 3pm, catching up on homework and reading, then left for SKB. Elizabeth and her husband Rajan greeted us in their beautiful home on the orphanage grounds. After a brief ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility