Mundackal Plantation Home Stay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... always full at this time of year. The few times I was at reception, he was constantly having to turn people away. If you want to stay here, book ahead.
Once you've done a circuit of the town and realised that you're back where you started in the space of ten minutes, why not have a little mince up to the tea museum to learn about tea? This place is like my temple or something. The exhibits aren't ...
... with a bit of extra cash to ride them so me and a chick from the hotel, Franziska, shared a taxi there. But once you're there you're not allowed anywhere near them, never mind helping to bathe them, and despite the signs up advertising rides there ain't nothing of the sort. So basically you end up paying for a taxi that takes two hours each way to watch a bunch of angry looking man scrub elephants for twenty ...
... linen packaging service can get done, but you won't want clear directions to any of those places. A cursory wave in the general direction in town will be enough to start you on your journey. Apparently we need a tailor.
5. Triangulate, quadrangulate, pentangulate.
Start asking people on the street. Use this information to locate the first clothes shop. This won't be a tailor, but they will point out a direction. This isn't the correct direction. Instead find a ...
... br> The ride was long, loud and dusty. About half way through the five hour journey the bus started making its way up some mountains and it started raining. This was the first refreshing bout of rain we had felt in weeks (or maybe months?) and I started getting excited the cool air waiting for us in Munnar. For the last part of the journey we drove through lush tea fields which were a bright green ...
... even though the sky is looking angry. I complete my lap in around an hour then shower and wait for the call to lunch. The call comes early as they want to give me my enema at 1.00pm. Lunch is larger than normal, there are two pots of spicy vegetables and two little pots as well plus rice and a popadom. I eat slowly but Thomas keeps walking past the door and looking in at me. It is clear that they want to give me the enema before they have their lunch so I finish up and head back to ...