Mundackal Plantation Home Stay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the well-to-do families predominantly from the northern states, with a handful from the U.S. From them, we learned cricket and carrom the latter coming in handy when the afternoon heat became too warm to bear.
This was a time to relax with family. Days were loosely planned though I think we hit most everything on our respective "must see" lists. We saw a kathakali show and a kalari martial arts demo, we experienced a houseboat ride, ...
... hung around and only parted for the main part of the day, we were however still able to get a stunning view of the green hills all around, and again this encapsulated the picture postcard image that we had come to see and experience. As we didn’t make it to Assam and the north east to see the tea hills, this was our chance to experience this whilst travelling, so we consider this a boxed ticked!
As this was a retreat Scotty and Kylie took the opportunity ...
...we thought this blog should rather be called: "Planes, buses and automobiles" or in our case: "Trains, buses and rickshaws" - that's how much we've been on the move these last couple of days ...we mused on the rather practical local habit of spelling out large numbers (and paying in rupees, where 80 rupees equals 1€, inevitably leads to using large numbers in conversations), so 2750 will not be two thousand ...
... a day trip, so we had to pop back to his house to grab a few things for overnight. We got on our way, and stopped for breakfast and had yum masala dosas. We can't tell you enough how fun it is to be vegetarian in India. There's so many 'pure veg' restaurants. We also stopped off at few elephant parks. Felt very morally unsure about these, our driver was quite insistent we go for a ride, so we did. Elephants are sacred in India and they ...
... embarking on a walk to a waterfall with only a very basic map, but we were able to stop for chai every hour or so and were given general directions to the waterfall, so we couldn't get too lost. In the afternoon we took a rickshaw out to some further points around Munnar. There were some spectacular views of the tea plantations and the mountains and we even saw some wild elephants. We managed to squeeze a lot into our day in Munnar so the next day we left for ...