Nature Zone Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... days, incredible! It was really nice seeing everyone jump on and off going to work and school and seeing the different cities and villages as we climbed! It really didn't feel like we had been on the bus 5 hours! The bus never really stops, it just slows down for people to jump on and off, and the step is about half a metre it's pretty big when you can't lift your leg up with skirts and saris on like these guys. We got to Adimali, about 25km from Munnar. **POP** the bus slowly ...
... town and up into the hills. Along the way the three of us (Alex was still with us) introduced ourselves to the two French girls that would be going on the walk with us. Marie and Juliette were young (by our standards) sisters, one a practising nurse and the other still deciding what to do with her life.
After about half an hour of gorgeous driving the Jeep stopped and we got out to take a photo of the sun beginning to peak it's way between ...
... the blockade, and no chance, we thought, of going to Munnar. In any case, even if we reached Munnar, we were told that everything was closed and, possibly, it might be a heated atmosphere, and perhaps not safe. So, we headed back to the View, resigned to another day walking in the hills...but not unhappy - our timetable allows for little blips like this, and there could be much worse places to be stranded for the day. Shaji confirmed that we'd be staying another ...
... priests have been brought in from wherever to conduct rituals and collect offerings from visitors. The temple attracts huge crowds on auspicious days. We did not go to the church which looked a bit more interesting. Will do it on the next trip.
... the moment that we walked in and waved hello to the kids, the entire class erupted into a frenzy of waving and "hellos". Realizing that they'd lost any sense of control, the teachers graciously let us sit amongst the kids, taking our pictures with them, as we field a slew of requests from the kids for our names, handshakes, and photos.
We were soon overshadowed by lunchtime, and as the kids start to make their way to get their food, Veronika and I say ...