Kumaragiri Holiday Home
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... and couldn’t see anything but white around us. One day it even rained hard and we quickly zipped ourselves into our seriously underused water proofs, excited by what it felt like to see, feel and smell the rain again; something that rarely crossed our mind while living in Streatham.
So we waited for the weather to improve to rent a taxi for half a day to take us to the sights around Kodaikanal. We waited and we waited and on our last day we finally went, accepting that ...
... point there were gangs of monkeys. I was naturally terrified - you can never trust a monkey - but everyone else happily stood right next to them. Apart from one monkey dipping his hand into someone's bag, ...
... I was beginning to resent the nearly-naked men in their dhotis for their near-nakedness while I suffered in my ankle-length skirt and conservative shirts.
The people of Munnar and the surrounding region are gainfully employed by the Tata Tea Company, which provides them with work, housing and social development projects for the community. As a result, the people do not make desperate attempts to sell things to tourists, allowing ...
... the other, along with a sneak peak of the main town.
We finished lunch and headed towards Munnar- cochin side sight seeing points. Sequentially it has the Blossom Park 2kms, Pothmedu View point (Near Tea Valley resort, around 6 KM from Munnar in Kochi direction) & Attukad Falls at about 9kms.
Pothmedu View point: Here one can see rows and rows of mountain ranges as far as the sight can go with blankets of green ...
... survive without eating fresh fruits and vegetables? How old is Celine Dion anyway? Shannon and I are running out of conversation material.
I’ve had a few people email me asking what we are eating and how the whole food thing is going. We aren’t going to lie – we really miss our sprouted bread and salad (who would have thought?). We have mostly been eating bread (naan and chapattis), potatoes, mixed ...