Mundackal Plantation Home Stay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with the most incredible view of the surrounding landscape and small villages of Munnar.
Later that afternoon, we set out for the next leg of our Kerala ...
... there are hundreds of stalls selling clothing, jewelry, and other "stuff" to tourists. There are also many stalls selling fresh fish. There are many more women in Kochi than we saw in the north. One reason is Kochi is a popular destination for newly married couples. Some of the brides have beautiful and complicated patterns made from henna on their hands and arms. The brides also wear many bracelets on their arms. Writing their names with a heart in between, on the sandy beach ...
... so green that it looks like a teletubbies landscape. It is like nothing I have ever seen before and it stretches to create sprawling backdrop as far as the eye can see and far beyond.
We stayed with an old man called Babu, a mountain goat who took us trekking through the plantation pointing out trees that had been planted by the British over 100 years ago. These very trees must have supplied Army Tea given to the troops in the both World ...
... It really is quite beautiful.
The museum was very old and clearly not well funded but we were shown a documentary film which was quite interesting and told us that TATA had sold the plantation to its workers who were well looked after and catered for.
Lunch again at our guesthouse and we needed all our energy for MM in the car on the 4 hour drive home again.
Gosh never were we so glad to see the back of someone!
... differently and even show north pointing in different directions! We gave up and headed back the way we had come agreeing to try his home stay up in the hills - Zina Cottage. Another hour later and we were trekking through a small village, nestled in the foothills and surrounded by tea. The sun had now reached its full power and at nearly 2000m high we could feel its rays burning through our layers of suncream. Up a winding track we saw an ...