For all those , who can afford to take a short trip over the weekend, here’s some food for thought. For those who cannot, you can enjoy reading about it and dream away until you can. A post from the archives, reading it brought back fond memories.


Not being one with a penchant for heights, the road from Munnar (a hill station in Kerala, 1450 m- 1800m above sea-level) to Mahindra resorts (1800m) was not the best, with hair pin bends and no barrier at all. The valley down was a free- fall. The only saving grace was that the speed limit was 15km/hr. I so dreaded going back on the same road again and was only happy to know that the trip to Thekkady ( 1337 m above sea level) was a drive forward albeit one with more of those steep curves.  While I was still apprehensive about the journey, I saw my mom-in-law and couldn’t help but smile. With hands joined, lips moving, she seemed preoccupied invoking the Hindu Gods for our safety. Fortunately the road was much more wider and safer than the climb to Munnar.

The journey from Munnar to Thekkady was one that was filled with the…

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7 replies on “Thekkady – Tiger Reserve, India

    1. It is a pretty place. The peace and tranquillity it provided far outdid the disappointment of not seeing a tiger…you’re the only one who did not miss the little episode on the family behind me. Thank you. Xxx

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