Mundackal Plantation Home Stay
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- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... coir products which was famous manufacturing product in Alleppey. We found it good, as, we were planning to shop. So, we drove to the outlet of Coir products near beach. We saw lot of mats of different kinds and other coir products. It was in a huge area. It was run by the Kerala Government. We did lot of shopping (poor my dad).
The next destination was Munnar. So, we started towards Munnar. We went through Kumarakom having our lunch there. We saw there were many boating ...
... I put this down as a must see place... Next day we took the bus back down to the coast to Allepay where me and Lauren would part ways and I take an overnight bus to Wayanad and Lauren down south for her flight on 15th.. The more attentive of you might now be wondering what happened to visiting Madurai.... Well, I'll leave that til start of next post but rest assured I am still going but had to take this slight detour ...
... in the morning and evening. The appams available in the morning are outstandingly good. It is on the main road opposite the Police Station as you enter Valparai from the Pollachi side.
Mary Matha's Mess on the first floor of a building next to Plaza also seemed popular.
There are several other small messes around, we did not ...
... raised about 300 times a day, it's tough work, and the meagre catch suggests the fishermen make more money from tourist tips. We spot a river dolphin following a distant fishing boat. The catch on sale ashore includes king fish, barracuda, pomfret, crabs, prawns, tuna and immature hammerhead sharks that really should not be kept.
An autorickshaw ride later and we're at the so-called Dutch Palace. Despite the name, this was ...
... qualities of each. We ended up getting some oils from there, along with the many tourists who were confused and yet very anxious to try these.
We see that the name of the hill where Munnar resides referred to as Kannan Devan, mainly based on the names of two workers, Kannan and Devan, who guided the British through the treacherous forests long before the tea plantations came into picture. Hence the British named the hills as Kannan Devan Hills, to get the support of the ...