Mushroom Valley Homestay
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... and quick reactions of Indian bus drivers - driving a bus here requires the level of concentration usually needed for college exams, and that's 12 hours in a row! ...I took my hat off to Kamila's skills in deciphering the terrible accent of our guide in Munnar's spice garden - how she figured out immediately that "breth" means brush , "cheengham" stands for chewing gum and "boreemassah" is body massage will remain her ...
... had paid for another night at dream catcher homestay (Bernard's homestay) but we didn't want to ever see his smarmy face again so we got the driver to take us to the bus station and we gapped it to Alleppey. The bus was great and hilarious, one of the public transport buses so we were all packed in tight. We got in next to a poor boy who had the window seat and squished him, we had to have our backpacks between our legs. He must have hated ...
... also a convenient airport/ railhead. If you arrive at Cochin, you can take the Chalakudy route to Valparai, seeing the Athirapally falls and the Sholayar Dam on the way. Public buses also ply between Chalakudy and Valparai, maybe 3 or 4 times a day.
Driving routes to Valparai courtesy Google Maps:
... is great for walking
Cheerful tea picker ladies
More wildflowers in profuse bloom. These are Angels Trumpets, cousins of the deadly Datura. Never seen so many of them as ...
... I didn’t ride the elephants – domesticated elephants are not our scene (yep, we are way too cool for that sort of tourist trap).
I I thought the BioValley spice gardens would also be a rather ho-hum experience, but no, it was fascinating. For an hour we walked through fields and saw where they grow all spice, cardamom, turmeric, cinnamon, ...