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... the farm. The hospitability of the farm takes care
of everything in the farm and you will be welcomed with a freshly squeezed
juice of a fruit produced in the farm. A bullock cart will take you around the
farm with an English speaking guide to let you witness the wonderful world of
organic farming. Tour around the fruit orchards, apiary, livestock rearing
farm, herbal garden and the composting yard, and learn the secrets ...
... men start appearing, walking barefoot along the road and Tensing tells us they're Hindu pilgrims, walking hundreds of miles to a nearby holy place. By mid afternoon, as we pass through absolutely gorgeous countryside, we begin the approach to our destination, stopping first at the village of Periyar, where the Connemara Tea Factory is located. It seems apt considering Coman grew up only an hour's drive from Connemara, in Ireland. Apparently it was an Irishman who ...
... place for safety paragliding in India. Many
International gliders were practiced here. End of the hill suicide
Point located, very deep and steep view can be seen. This site is
incomparable to many view points
Once again in the words of my friend and travel companion: Carmen Monday, May 27th: Once again up at 4:30 AM for our SAFARI DAY!
Destination: Periyar Tiger Reserve to undertake the Gavi Safari for the day.
Our driver took us to a rendezvous place where we met our Jeep Safari driver, Roni Thomas. Our first stop was for Chai Tea and Coffee and then we drove for about two hours to the Periyar Tiger Reserve.
... some excellent feedback in a book from people of all nationalities so we gave it a go.
Firstly we went in the car to a stand under a sacred waterfall where many Indian Hindu people come to wash their sins away, it was pretty cold and fresh (where do my sins go??)! The tour then took us through some small Tamil Nadu villages and eventually to the Holy man's small cabin.
This was quite an interesting experience as I am ...