Nature Zone Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... squirrels are the size of a raccoon with a very long tail. Quite amazing! We had lunch on the top of the hills and our rather strenuous walk took nearly 5 hours. The weather was warm but not hot. Perfect for hiking.
In the afternoon we visited the tea factory to see how the tea was made and watch a 1/2 hour documentary on the history of tea in the area. We learn that the strongest tea comes from the leaves that are cut the finest.
... thing and Keralan parotta which is woven by angels, and some curry to spoon over the top. You can't accuse them of trying to starve us. I ******* loved it. We were given watermelon an' all, but with black pepper on it. I **** you not. Only in India would they even consider putting black pepper on watermelon. No one back home would slice a watermelon, take a bite then announce, "You know what this ...
... point within the Nallamudi estate on the High Forest/ Sangili Road route. The same valley can also be seen from other estates on the cliff edge. The High Range of Kerala and Anaimudi Peak [highest in peninsular India] can be seen on a clear day. Nallamudi Poonjolai is also known for its eccentric Swami who claims he saw God. Here is a report from ...
... we were told that it is not accessible for tourists). His room was, similar to Shahrukh Khan’s room, a suite and is now decorated with pictures from the movie and him. Also this room has become more expensive….at least expensive in Indian terms: in pounds the room is actually only around £150 per night.
So if you are very much into celebrities and you come to Munnar…this is THE place to ...
... as we were in the cloud, and although we walked down to the viewpoint, it wasn't until we walked back, the cloud lifted slightly ...
The neelakuunji plant grows in the meadows here, and has wonderful blue flowers, but only every 12 years, with the next flowering expected Oct 2018.
Next stop, down the mountain to Madurai.