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... is not regular, You can also see a reservior from that high altitude. Paid a small toll in the town entry and reached the hotel in Bear Shola road around 7 PM. Visibility was limited that evening after 6 and was drizzling with chill dew. It was nice and chill that night with the mercury dropping below 10. The next day was my birthday, My wife had ordered for a small cake from Hilltop cafe, which looked pretty decent. Thanks to the ...
A wonderful tea plantation to the east of Cochin. Munnar was a lovely place to visit. It was cool, much cooler in fact than the tropical heat of Cochin! It also had less mosquitos! Jackie was happy for this gaining temporary respite as they have clearly taken a liking to her. The tea plantations were massive and had a museum completely devoid of health and safety – brilliant! A working factory showed the inner means by which ...
... were developed and then had a demonstration of how the leaves are dried and processed. Then a free cup of chai before heading to the homestay at about 4pm.
We were met at Misty Green View by Das the very camp cook who was keen to be a good host. Coffee and crosswords before dinner (so rock n roll!) and then Vix and I took a very short walk before food. We were met by a couple of groups of small children who so very politely asked us our names and ...
... before leaving them to do some work. It reminded us both how annoying it is when a visitor comes in and really hypes up your class then leaves you to deal with the repercussions! We did some packing and sorting then went up to meet the children for their mid-morning playtime. It was still raining unfortunately and so the teacher in 4th standard was only too happy to leave us to it with her class who had been stuck inside all morning. We soon lost control, and had the ...
... were huge piles of human feces in every toilet. He looked at my appaled face like he was saying, "I told you so."
What can I say though? When you gotta go, you gotta go.
We made it up to Kodaikanal after a gruelling 5 hour windy bus ride up the mountain side. Kodaikanal is about 9800 feet up with really cool temperatures and breathtaking views. Fortunately, the view outside our hostel window was spectacular because ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking