Mushroom Valley Homestay

Address: Anachal, Munnar, Kerala, 685565, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Anachal, Munnar, is near Tea Gardens.
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      Travel Blogs from Munnar

      Tea, Spices And General Munnar-ness

      A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jan 07, 2015

      101 photos

      ... that, my lovelies, is a **** load of tea. I wonder how long it'd take me to get through that much tea and if my bladder would ever forgive me if I tried, or if it'd be stood defiantly with my toes and my liver demanding better conditions or they'd do one.
      If they harvest less than 21kg their wages are cut, but with the scissors I saw on the way up they generally pick their quota and then some. He told ...

      Valparai - General Information - Updated December

      A travel blog entry by indianature on Dec 28, 2014

      15 comments

      ... point within the Nallamudi estate on the High Forest/ Sangili Road route. The same valley can also be seen from other estates on the cliff edge. The High Range of Kerala and Anaimudi Peak [highest in peninsular India] can be seen on a clear day. Nallamudi Poonjolai is also known for its eccentric Swami who claims he saw God. Here is a report from ...

      Up in the mountains in Munnar

      A travel blog entry by staceyandben on Apr 26, 2014

      ... a mammoth 17 1/2 hour journey on 2 buses. It is fair to say we were a little tired and grumpy. After a quick nap, we took ourselves to the roadside hut/restaurant for some vegetable fried rice and curry- our new favourite cuisine fusion and felt much better. Munnar is famous for its tea plantations, so, our task for our first day was to find out about the best options to explore the area. We were soon approached by a rickshaw driver who seemed friendly ...

      The rest of Munnar, and ELEPHANTS!

      A travel blog entry by davidobrienvt on Dec 01, 2013

      14 photos

      ... school helped too. The history of this tea estate was particularly interesting. The British cultivated the land and formed strong working relations with the natives in the area. Eventually conglomerate company, Tata, took over ownership when the British left. Not that long ago, 2008 I think, Tata sold off most of the company by turning ownership over to the local Indian workers. They retained 16%252525 of the estate. The rest of the company is owned and controlled by the ...

      Valparai Revisited: December 2012 - 7

      A travel blog entry by indianature on Jan 16, 2013

      24 photos

      ... estate


      Evening at Stanmore. I love the ever changing skies.

      Wild raspberries

      Moth on fern frond

      Crimson puff balls in the evening sky


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