Casa Del Fauno
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We arrived in Munnar, Kerala yesterday. Today we did a scenic tour of different points on the tea plantation hills in Munnar. First we went to Photo point. It had these amazing acres of tea plantations. See pic 1.The picturesque landscape was just breathtaking. Then we went to Mattupetty Dam and we did some boating there. We were at such a height that we were almost inside the clouds! See pic 2. Our next stop was Echo point. As a matter of ...
... in Munnar, the guesthouse we wanted was full and the only other cheapish one had an arrogant manager who we soon fell out with so we left. This left us wandering down a busy unlit road in the pitch dark, whilst getting battered by the monsoon rain. As you can imagine, a few cross words were said between us during this episode and the less said about it the better.
... indian restaurant you've ever been to? Every meal here is better than that, and it costs next to nothing!! I also love that all meal are vegetarian as standard here - if you want meat you should visit a rare 'non-veg' restaurant. The 'thali' is the Gibson family favourite lunch, both on account of its price (all you can eat for 50p!) and the experience! Follow a sign that says 'meals ready' and sit down at a table. No need to order ...
... Hindi! I wasn't sure how she would react to me being non-religious (she gave me the option of hindu or christian) so I just went along with it! She then asked for my UK address, which I started to write down until Sarah stopped me; I thought she wanted to write me letters, when in fact it turned out that she wanted my father to bring her son over to the UK to work as an air conditioning mechanic, and then he's to marry me! ...
... holding branches and half walking, half sliding down the loose ground following the noise of the water. This wasn't too good for Izzy's healing ankle but all worth it when we got down there. There was a small waterfall (relatively to the awesome Dudhsagar waterfalls we visited in Goa) coming from a place up near the roadside that we couldn't see. This fell into a small pool, no deeper than ankle height which in turn ran through some rocks and into a small stream ...