Mundackal Plantation Home Stay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... that, my lovelies, is a **** load of tea. I wonder how long it'd take me to get through that much tea and if my bladder would ever forgive me if I tried, or if it'd be stood defiantly with my toes and my liver demanding better conditions or they'd do one.
If they harvest less than 21kg their wages are cut, but with the scissors I saw on the way up they generally pick their quota and then some. He told ...
... from a wooden rope bridge. We went there freely last year. From this year I understand that the Forest Dept. levies a Rs.500 fee per private car to visit the falls. A trail through the forest here leads upto the Grass Hills but permission from the Forest Dept. is required. Chinnakallar is leech infested so dress appropriately.
With no concrete plans, we found ourselves on an overnight bus to Kochi. We arrived at the bus station at 3:30am and were not really sure what to do... None of the hotels would have been open and it was the middle of the night.... After a quick read of the lonely planet and a quick enquiry, we decided we would catch the 5:20am bus upto Munnar in the mountains and visit Fort Kochi at the end of our week in Kerala.
We arrived in Munnar at about ...
... there. We said the same and she said next time she comes to the US to visit her sister she will contact us so we can all meet up in NYC We're officially Facebook friends too so we will always be in contact! When we arrived at the airport we had another and even harder goodbye to Tutsa! Ah he took such great care of us during our stay in India! We would have been completely lost and probably broke from all the scams we would have feel for if it were not from him! What a wonderful ...
We had booked a 3-day, 2-night trip to Munnar, through Wilson Tours, based in Princess Street, Fort Kochi. The plan was to travel to the town, and our accommodation on day 1, tour the local sights on day 2, then the driver would return to Kochi on day 3, and we would head eastwards to Madurai. But it didn't quite work out that way. Here's how.
We started at 7am, picked up at our hotel - well, posh homestay, with pool, the Fort Abode - by our driver-cum-tour-guide ...